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Elizabeth Warren, Joseph Biden, and Bernie Sanders during November's Democratic presidential debate
Anubhav Gupta and Ali Wyne discuss the role China, trade, and other foreign policy issues will play in the upcoming presidential election in the United States.
Modi at Election Rally
What to expect from the Modi government on economic development in the new decade.
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Daniel Russel joins Carnegie-Tsinghua's Paul Haenle for a podcast on U.S.-China relations, and diplomacy on the Korean peninsula in 2020.
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Blake Berger on why the conclusion of negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) was a landmark achievement for ASEAN.
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Wendy Cutler details three things the Trump administration finally got right after 18 months of negotiations with China.
Anubhav Gupta on what India’s Kashmir gambit this summer signals about India and our current geopolitical moment.

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U.S.-China Trade
Key structural issues must be resolved during the next phase of negotiations before the world's two largest economies can set aside their differences.
An anti-TPP protester at the 2016 Democratic National Convention
Tom Nagorski talks to Wendy Cutler about her career as a trade negotiator and why the consensus in support of freer trade has eroded.
A man in South Korea watches a North Korean missile launch
James Acton talks to Lindsey Ford about the nuclear programs of Iran and North Korea and what the Trump administration can do about them.
Narendra Modi hugs Mohammed bin Salman
In the latest episode, Anubhav Gupta speaks to C Raja Mohan about India's growing ties with the Middle East.
President Donald Trump meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping
Asia Society Policy Institute leaders Kevin Rudd, Wendy Cutler, and Daniel Russel discuss President Trump's trip to the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan, as well as his surprise meeting with Kim Jong Un.
A Chinese worker examines a bottle of soybean oil
Following a brief delay, the U.S. and China seem poised to eventually make a deal. But major fundamental differences between the two are unlikely to be resolved.

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