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Victor Cha: Ripe for Rivalry (Complete)

HOUSTON, March 12, 2013 — President Barack Obama's Asia pivot, North Korea's mercurial leadership, the challenges that lay ahead for U.S.-China relations… These and more were expertly explored by Victor Cha as part of Asia Society Texas Center's Perspectives series. A highly-regarded senior advisor at the Center for Strategic & International Studies, Dr. Cha provided thought-provoking analysis of some of the most important issues of the day. (1 hr., 8 min.)


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Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
A discussion about the Shiraz Arts Festival.
Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
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Policy
 /  New York
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Policy
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
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Arts
 /  New York
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