In conversation with Mustafa Tameez, journalist Fareed Zakaria discussed his recent book 'Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World,' including insights into globalization as revealed by different countries' responses to the pandemic.
Dr. Pratima Rangarajan, CEO of OGCI Climate Investments, and Lori Bird, Director of World Resources Institute's U.S. Energy Program, spoke with journalist Amy Harder on the complexities of achieving climate change solutions.
With U.S. policy on Iran expected to shift under Joe Biden, Dr. Vali Nasir, of Johns Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies, spoke with PBS NewsHour's Nick Schifrin on current U.S.–Iran relations and how they might change.
In conversation with Fox 26's Natalie Hee, Houston chefs Chris Shepherd and Chris Williams shared how their restaurants have withstood the COVID-19 pandemic and how their respective nonprofits have responded to the local community's needs.
On President Joe Biden's first day in office, Bush China Foundation president David Firestein spoke with Foster LLP chairman Charles C. Foster to examine the future of the new administration's policy toward China.
In a discussion presented by Blaffer Art Museum, Asia Society Texas Center, and Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, four artists addressed the multiplicity of identities and communities they navigate in their individual practices.
Dr. Barry Bloom, former Dean of the Harvard School of Public Health, joined 'New York Times' reporter Apoorva Mandavilli to discuss COVID vaccines available in the U.S. and what is needed in the continuing fight against the pandemic.