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Excerpt: Indian politician Jaswant Singh summarizes the traumatic events of 1947 on the Asian subcontinent. (1 min., 57 sec.)

The Partition of India

Jaswant Singh on what he calls "the most traumatic event of the 20th century." more
Excerpt: Indian politician Jaswant Singh summarizes the traumatic events of 1947 on the Asian subcontinent. (1 min., 57 sec.)
The Partition of India
Jaswant Singh on what he calls "the most traumatic event of the 20th century." more
Boston University Professor Adil Najam (pictured) and C. Raja Mohana, Kissinger Scholar at the Library of Congress, discuss the possible outcomes of India-Pakistan peace talks. (2 min., 10 sec.)
India and Pakistan: Back from the Brink?
A panel of experts talks about the prospects for peace between the rival nations. more
L to R:  Bambang Susantono, Korn Chatikavanij, Ronnie Chan, (Chairman, ASHK Center), Ahmad Husni Mohamad Hanadzlah, and Jose Isidro Camacho on Jan. 21, 2010. (ASHK)
ASEAN Ministers Bullish About Future
Asia's emerging markets are powering the global economy, according to ASEAN. more
Indian Deputy Inspector General of Border Security Force (BSF) Mohammad Aquil (R) presents sweets to Pakistani Rangers personnel prior to a meeting at the Wagah Border Post, which marks the border between Pakistan and India, on Oct. 14, 2009. (Arif Ali/AFP/Getty Images)
Pakistan and India Should Consider Collaborating This Time
How both countries have an opportunity to act on their mutual interest in stability. more
Indian paramilitary forces in Itanagar, capital of northeastern Indian state of Arunachal Pradesh, which shares a 2,000 km border with China. (Diptendu Dutta/AFP/Getty Images)
Bickering by Champions of Globalization in Asia Worries the Region
India and China have far more to gain through cooperation. more
A man looks at reunification banners displayed on the fence of the Freedom Bridge, near the DMZ separating South and North Korea, in Paju on June 2, 2009.  (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)
A United Korea? - Reassessing the Risks
A Goldman Sachs economist assesses the potential costs, and benefits, of a reunited Korean peninsula. more
A man looks at reunification banners displayed on the fence of the Freedom Bridge, near the DMZ separating South and North Korea, in Paju on June 2, 2009.  (Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images)

A United Korea? - Reassessing the Risks

A Goldman Sachs economist assesses the potential costs, and benefits, of a reunited Korean peninsula. more
Ambassador Howard Schaffer (left) with Jack Garrity and Ambassador Teresita Schaffer at the Woman's National Democratic Club on Oct. 14, 2009. (Terrence Smith / Asia Society)
Solution for Kashmir Conflict Unlikely, Ambassadors Say
Two former US ambassadors to South Asia discuss Washington's relationship to the subcontinent. more
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak at the Council on Foreign Relations on Sept. 21, 2009. (Council on Foreign Relations)
South Korean President Says North Facing 'Last Chance'
Lee Myung-bak on what it will take for North Korea to rejoin the international community. more