Policy Video Gallery

This page features all video coverage of Asia Society New York's recent Policy programming. Please note: Clicking on a video will send you to Asia Society's global video gallery.

Policy
Wendy Sherman explains why President Trump's assertion that he "trusts" Kim Jong Un is largely irrelevant to denuclearizing North Korea.
Policy
A lack of progress toward CVID — concrete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization — marks a strategic victory for North Korea.
Policy
What's next for U.S.-North Korea negotiations following the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore?
Policy
Derek Mitchell and Debra Eisenman discuss the country's ongoing challenges.
Policy
Kevin Rudd describes how, in the three decades since Tiananmen Square, Beijing has "created its own history."
Policy
Two China experts discuss their personal reflections of the country as well as Rudd's new memoir "Not for the Faint Hearted."
Policy
Ian Bremmer sketches a pessimistic future in which countries resolve scarcity by dehumanizing parts of their populations.
Policy
The Eurasia Group founder and geopolitical analyst discusses key trends shaping the world with Kevin Rudd.
Policy
Does Pyongyang's nuclear arsenal make up for its poor performance in other measures of power?
Policy
A panel discussion on power in the region marked the launch of the Asia Power Index.
Policy
Rhodium Group founding partner Daniel Rosen provides a summary of the dashboard's main findings for Spring 2018.
Policy
Two speakers from Hong Kong's Civic Party discuss the territory's future with Daniel Russel.
Policy
Fifteen years ago, China's leaders imagined an economic future with a smaller role for the Communist Party. Here's how times have changed.
Policy
Wendy Cutler and Daniel Rosen discuss the latest findings of the China Economic Dashboard and assess U.S.-China trade relations.
Current Affairs
The CCP is determined to not repeat the mistakes of the Soviet Union.
Current Affairs
A discussion on the Chinese Communist Party's aspirations for more influence on the global stage, particularly in Europe.
Policy
The foreign policy hardliner is set to replace H.R. McMaster as national security advisor in President Trump's administration.
Policy
Robert Gallucci explains that what ultimately matters is that the agreement leads to better security outcomes for the participants.