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Kevin Rudd, President of Asia Society and former Prime Minister of Australia, says Xi Jinping has changed China, and with that the world. It is vital to understand his worldview, to be able to respond to it, Rudd said on a visit to Zurich.
In this Oxford Debate we are debating whether India's status as a democracy is inevitably dwindling into nonexistence or whether this threat is overblown and the rankings merely reflect a temporary phase.
French President Macron wants to be a central actor in the Indo-Pacific region. What motivates him to step it up now, and why does he think Europe should be an alternative for countries tied up in a choice between China or the U.S.?
The tenth episode of "A Closer Look" takes us to the world's most sparsely populated country, Mongolia. Oyungerel Tsedevdamba and Byambajargal Ayushjav talk about nomadic traditions and modernity, education, and the civil society landscape.
In the ninth episode of "A Closer Look", we zoom in on Singapore. Kirsten Han and Yeo Lay Hwee share their perspectives on Singapore's successes and challenges, its human rights, the electoral system and the city-state's foreign relations.
The eighth episode of "A Closer Look" brings us to Kyrgyzstan, a mountainous country in Central Asia. Political analyst Dr. Emilbek Dzhuraev talks about the country's road to democracy, post-Soviet transitions, and foreign relations.
In the seventh episode of "A Closer Look", we explore the Philippines. Mina Roces and Manuel L. Quezon III talk about the Filipino identity, gender roles, family dynasties, and the 2022 presidential elections.