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Nepal, wedged between superpowers China and India, is trying to find a stable footing and a definitive path to growth after decades of political unrest. Hear from leading Nepalese investor Suman Joshi.
Solomon Islands, in the southwestern Pacific, is on the front line of big power games between China and the U.S. Hear from seasoned local journalist Dorothy Wickham and leading entrepreneur Jay Bartlett.
Take a closer look at South Korea, where much more is happening than just K-Pop and threats from the North. Hear from Political Science and International Relations professor Seungjoo Lee and consultant Schoni Song.
Dive into Laos, one of Asia's ethnically most diverse countries, and one of its most unknown. Join filmmaker Mattie Do and journalist Manyphone Vongphachanh on a journey through what's happening in Southeast Asia's only landlocked country.
Curator Sonika Soni and vocalist Vir Amar Dasmahapatra discussed the fantastic world of 'Ragamala' (literally "a garland of musical melodies") through a series of pictures from the Museum Rietberg collection and an accompanying concert.
In this Oxford Debate we discuss whether China's global power has reached its peak. How are the country’s economic problems affecting its influence in the region? Will China decouple from the global market?