FILTER CONTENTS


Topics
Topics

Video Gallery

Arts
 /  New York

Lahore Literary Festival New York 2018: Extraordinary Architecture, Everyday Lahore (Complete)

NEW YORK, May 12, 2018 — What makes a city extraordinary in the hurly-burly of urban South Asia? Architects, conservationists, and urban planners discuss the remarkable environment of Lahore. Panelists include Aga Khan Prize-winning architect and conservationist Nayyar Ali Dada, conservation architect Tanvir Hasan, and architect, urban designer, and National College of the Arts Lahore faculty member Attiq Uddin Ahmed, who moderated the discussion. (50 min., 30 sec.)


Arts
 /  New York
A mash-up of traditional Korean, American, and Eastern European klezmer traditions.
Arts
 /  New York
An extraordinary traditional performance that cleanses the dead spirit, preparing it for the journey towards the next life
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.