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Seema Paul, Managing Director of The Nature Conservancy India, talked about the extraordinarily high air pollution in India, its roots and solutions
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James Crabtree and Ruth Kattumuri discussed India after the General Election and tried to make sense of yet another BJP landslide win.
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Author James Crabtree talked Shaila Seshia Galvin in Geneva about India after the election, Modi's record after a first term, and India's challenges as the world's largest democracy.
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On May 3, 2019, Museum Director, M+, Suhanya Raffel offered the audience of over 100 people a look behind the construction site of the M+ and an insight on how to build something from nothing – and that something being very ambitious.
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On April 2, we welcomed Zengxin Li, editor and editorial board member of Caixin Media, at the Belt and Road Conference in Zurich. Before joining Caixin, he was a macroeconomics reporter and U.S. correspondent with Caijing Magazine.
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What we have learned from our months-long exploration of China's ambitious yet amorphous "Belt and Road" Initiative.
The need for early engagement of local stakeholders: Asia Society Policy Institute Vice President Daniel Russel on the Belt and Road Initiative in Southeast Asia
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Economic Opportunity meets Human Rights Issues: Elisabeth Schneider-Schneiter, President of the Swiss Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee, on chances and caveats of the Belt and Road Initiative.
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Daniel H. Rosen on the founding of Rhodium Group, his daily work as director of the China, India and Asia section and China's newly incorporated role in a globalized world.
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Even though the BRI has been rolled out in 2013, the European Union has lacked a coherent approach in the past years.

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