Asia News

A trade-first Pakistan policy

Sep 26, 2008
In a September 26 Baltimore Sun op-ed, Asia Program Director Robert M. Hathaway urges more liberal treatment for Pakistani exports.

CEF Meeting "Greening Business in China" Featured on FORA TV

Sep 24, 2008
SEPTEMBER 2008 - CEF speaker, Terry Yosie, on China's Sustainable Businesses

In Pakistan, Journalists Take Steps Forward Amid Political Transition

Sep 24, 2008
Five senior-level Pakistani journalists discussed the challenges of and recent progress in reportage in their home country, from government access to public perception.

Wilson Center Hosts Pakistani Journalists in Week-Long Conference

Sep 18, 2008
On September 14 – 18, 2008, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars hosted a conference for Pakistani print and television journalists. Conference participants engaged in an extensive series of meetings and exchanges with their counterparts in the U.S. media, representatives from private media-focused organizations, Washington-based Pakistani journalists, U.S. officials, and others. They also shared their perspectives on the role of the media in Pakistan today at a Wilson Center public event.

SSRC Calls for Grant Proposals on Environmental Health Information Generation and Dissemination

Sep 18, 2008
SEPTEMBER 2008 - Seven to ten grants will be made to applicants located at Chinese institutions

CEF Director Contributes to New CSIS Report on Promoting Confidence Building Across the Taiwan Strait

Sep 18, 2008
SEPTEMBER 2008 - Dr. Jennifer Turner Contributes Section in Report on Cross-Strait Environmental Confidence Building Measures

CEF Speaker Releases New Climate Change Report

Sep 08, 2008
SEPTEMBER 2008 - CEF speaker Jim Watson and coauthor Tao Wang publish new report: "Carbon Emissions Scenarios for China to 2100."

Energizing India's Rural Population

Sep 02, 2008
From Wall Street to the global media, there is much giddy talk about India's impressive economic growth and the urban-based prosperity that drives and sustains it. Yet lost in this buzz is an important fact: two-thirds of India's population remains rural. By Asia Program Associate Michael Kugelman.

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