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Asia Society
May 2, 2017

During his presidential campaign, Donald Trump promised that he would decisively break from Barack Obama's foreign policy. But American foreign policy in the first 100 days of the Trump era — particularly regarding the Asian hot spots of North Korea, China, Iran, and Syria — has largely hewn to guidelines and policies established by past administrations.
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Early one morning in 2015, amid a crackdown on Chinese espionage in the United States, physicist Xiaoxing Xi was arrested on charges that would later be dropped due to overwhelming evidence of his innocence. In an interview to kick off Asia Society’s annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month interview series, Xi recounts his ordeal, its significance for Chinese-Americans, and how it affected his view of the United States.
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Last week, I.M. Pei, the Chinese-born architect whose designs have left a distinctive mark on cities across the world, turned 100. Asia Blog looks back at some of his most iconic work, including the entrance to Paris' Louvre Museum and the East Wing of Washington's National Gallery.
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