13 Feb 2013
The Future of Nuclear Energy Post-Fukushima
In this audio presentation, Yukiya Amano, who is the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) talks about the specific roles the IAEA plays and what the future of nuclear energy might be in the wake of the Fukushima disaster.
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12 Feb 2013
The G20: Prospects and Challenges for Global Governance
In this audio presentation, four experts discuss some of the 'hot button' issues in global governance, to include how international institutions such as the G20 can better pool their efforts to tackle border-defying problems.
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6 Feb 2013
The Great Convergence: Asia, The West, and The Logic of One World
In this audio presentation, Kishore Mahbubani discusses the growing convergence between the East and West, which he attributes to rising and spreading prosperity, and to fewer interstate conflicts.
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30 Jul 2012
South China Sea
In this audio presentation, CFR Fellow Joshua Kurlantzick and CSIS Senior Fellow Bonnie Glaser examine the disputes between China and other Asian countries over specific territories in the South China Sea, and the possible impacts of they may have on...
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25 Jul 2012
NATO Not Prepared for Comprehensive Approach
Given NATO's financial constraints, its 'comprehensive approach' to crisis management has become little more than a "verbal exercise," according to Andrew Michta from the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
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19 Jul 2012
Liechtenstein: Microstate Power at the UN
In international organizations, delegations from small states usually face fewer domestic constraints, which allows them greater independence, says Christian Wenaweser, Permanent Representative of Liechtenstein to the UN.
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3 Jul 2012
ASEAN: Regional Pathways and Prosperity
Dr Alistair Cook discusses the achievements of ASEAN, outlining recent developments in security and human rights instruments, and suggests ways in which other regional organizations may learn from ASEAN.
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