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Climate Change: Views from the Vulnerable (Complete)

NEW YORK, September 26, 2012 — Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh and President Mohamed Waheed of the Maldives speak at the launch of the 2012 Climate Vulnerability Monitor, the most comprehensive public study to date on the impact of climate change worldwide. (1 hr., 9 min.)


Policy
Vishnu Prakash, ambassador of India to the Republic of Korea, sat down for an interview at Asia Society Korea.
Policy
Eamonn McKee, ambassador of Ireland to the Republic of Korea, sat down for an interview at Asia Society Korea.
Policy
Dulat Bakishev, ambassador of Kazakhstan to the Republic of Korea, sat down for an interview at Asia Society Korea.
Education
 /  New York
Josette Sheeran introduces the 2013 Partnership for Global Leadership conference.
Education
 /  New York
ISSN student Felix Ruano talks about his school, Ambassador School of Global Leadership in Los Angeles, and how global education creates opportunities and teaches students how they can have an impact on the world.
Education
 /  New York
ISSN student Eliza Cummings talks about her experiences as a student at the Denver Center for International Studies and how it has shaped her into the global citizen she is today at the 2013 Partnership for Global Learning conference.
Policy
 /  New York
Experts discuss Myanmar's reforms, military, ethnic divisions, communal violence and China's role in the country at the launch of a new Asia Society paper on the newly democratized nation.
Policy
 /  New York
Officials and policy experts discuss what's ahead for Myanmar and future relations with the United States.
Business
 /  New York
Ethan Allen CEO on how to stay relevant in Asian markets.
Business
 /  New York
Ethan Allen CEO speaks about his company's growing global business and its successful entry into Asian markets.
Experts reflect on Japanese American internment in WWII, the 1988 signing of the Japanese American Redress Bill and lessons for future generations.
Grant Ujifusa, Tom Kean, and Fred Katayama commemorate 25th anniversary of the Japanese American Redress Bill.