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 /  New York

Cyber Crimes, Cyber War: Managing the Risks

NEW YORK, September 16, 2013 — William Plummer, Thomas Rid and Chad Sweet discuss the latest revelations about cyber-attacks and how they pertain to U.S. national security, the private sector, and U.S.-China relations. New York Times journalist David Sanger moderates. (1 hr., 27 min.)

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Policy
 /  New York
Wendy Sherman explains why President Trump's assertion that he "trusts" Kim Jong Un is largely irrelevant to denuclearizing North Korea.
Policy
 /  New York
A lack of progress toward CVID — concrete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization — marks a strategic victory for North Korea.
Policy
 /  New York
What's next for U.S.-North Korea negotiations following the Trump-Kim summit in Singapore?
Policy
 /  New York
Derek Mitchell and Debra Eisenman discuss the country's ongoing challenges.
Current Affairs
 /  Hong Kong
Internet proponents discuss internet usage in India and how it has revolutionized the economy.
Current Affairs
 /  Hong Kong
Enna Park describes the diplomatic policies and resolutions of peace on the Korean peninsula.
Policy
 /  New York
Kevin Rudd describes how, in the three decades since Tiananmen Square, Beijing has "created its own history."
Policy
 /  New York
Two China experts discuss their personal reflections of the country as well as Rudd's new memoir "Not for the Faint Hearted."
Arts
 /  New York
Professor Leonard van der Kuijp introduces the afternoon session of "Moving Borders: Tibet in Interaction With its Neighbors."
Arts
 /  New York
Professor Gray Tuttle of Columbia University delivers the summation at the Moving Borders symposium.
Arts
 /  New York
How Tibetan Buddhism offered political legitimacy and occult power to various civilizations in the region.
Arts
 /  New York
Luo Wenhua describes the Chinese artistic influence on the mural paintings of Gongkar Chosde monastery.