NEW YORK, December
17, 2008 - Authors Salman Rushdie, Mira Kamdar, and Suketu Mehta discuss
the November 2008 Mumbai, India terror attacks. Moderated by Rome Hartman of BBC World
News America. (1 hr., 33 min.)
Panelists from the VC, finance, IP, and tech sectors discuss the current state of U.S.-China relations. Speakers include Mark Cohen, Buck Gee, Andy Rothman, Victor Wang, Frank H. Wu, and Kenneth P. Wilcox.
The Rappler CEO and co-founder describes her persecution under President Rodrigo Duterte and reiterates her call for press freedom at the 2019 Osborn Elliott Prize for Excellence in Journalism on Asia ceremony.
What are the implications for free speech and freedom of expression in increasingly right-wing and repressive regimes? MacArthur Fellow Ayesha Jalal discusses with distinguished scholar of religions Wendy Doniger.