conjunction with the launch of Asia Society Museum's new 2018
exhibition The Progressive Revolution: Modern Art for a
New India, Asia Society is hosting an exciting series
of programs devoted to the culture, politics, and economy of the
world's largest democracy: India. Fortunately, you don't have to live
near New York to enjoy them: Our live
webcast page has information about upcoming programs
you can experience from anywhere with an internet connection.
no American has done more to warn about the dangers of climate change
than Al Gore,
the Nobel Peace laureate, Academy Award winner, and former vice
president of the United States. On Tuesday, Gore spoke with UC
Berkeley economist Laura
Tyson as part of the COAL +
ICE climate change festival in San Francisco and
reiterated the urgency of dealing with the world's carbon crisis.
"Decarbonization must become the central organizing principle of
human civilization," he said.
Trump administration is poised to impose tariffs of 25 percent
on an additional $200 billion of Chinese goods, stoking fears that
the trade conflict between the world's two largest economies will
accelerate. As the U.S. media debate how this development will affect
the political fortunes of President
Trump and the Republican Party, the latest ChinaFile conversation
considers what the implications of the trade war are for China's
powerful leader Xi
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