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Top chef Fuchsia Dunlop, recognized master of Chinese cuisine, talks about the adventurous joy that surrounds food and eating in China; and about how actual Chinese food is often misunderstood in the West.
India's place in the world is rapidly gaining influence. The country has superpower ambitions, yet still has many obstacles on the road to get there. Hear key reasons for why India will or won't reach superpower status in the next decade.
C. Raja Mohan is a Senior Fellow at the Asia Society Policy Institute in Delhi, India. He is fascinated and troubled by what he sees happening in Europe, and urges the continent to start realizing 'it's a jungle out there'.
Simona Grano is associate professor at the University of Zurich and Senior Fellow at Asia Society's Center for China Analysis. She lays out the land of Taiwan's complicated political scene, ahead of the January 2024 presidential election.
Solomon Islands is gearing up to host its greatest event ever: the 2023 Pacific Games. We revisit a conversation with two leading local voices about life on the Islands, where China and the U.S. are vying for influence.
Alexander Gabuev is a renowned expert on Russia and China. After having to leave Moscow for Berlin, he sees how Russia is becoming a vassal state of China, and how alienation with the West is here to stay for both these countries.
Bilahari Kausikan, Singapore's iconic veteran of diplomacy, talks about why he's not unhopeful about the state of the world, the fundamental dilemma facing China, and how, as a small country, you can still have agency on the global stage.
Ambassador Emanuel talks about how Japan is increasingly taking the lead on major diplomatic initiatives, why America’s brand in Asia is strong, and how quickly Japanese society is changing, in a conversation with ASPI's Rorry Daniels.
Europeans are pondering whether they should side with the American hardline on Beijing, or carve out their own path in the relationship with China. Listen to key arguments from both sides of the debate, exchanged at a live Oxford Debate.