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AISHWARYA RAI & SACHIN TENDULKAR SUPPORTS THE COCO COLA-MY SCHOOL TELETHON

posted by Aishwarya Rai7th, 2013

MJ AKBAR: CHANGE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE MUSLIM WORLD

posted by Dewi Persik23rd, 2011

MJ Akbar: Change The Dialogue With The Muslim World
MJ Akbar: Change the Dialogue with the Muslim World The Asia Society - Asia Society During the Asia Society’s 36th Annual Williamsburg Conference in April in Bali, Indonesia, we asked leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region what one piece of advice they would give the next president of the United States.Most of the 16 respondents emphasized the need for humility, while others encouraged the US…

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RAJA MOHAN: LESS IS MORE FOREIGN POLICY

posted by Dewi Persik23rd, 2011

Raja Mohan: Less Is More Foreign Policy
Raja Mohan: Less is More Foreign Policy The Asia Society - Asia Society During the Asia Society’s 36th Annual Williamsburg Conference in April in Bali, Indonesia, we asked leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region what one piece of advice they would give the next president of the United States.Most of the 16 respondents emphasized the need for humility, while others encouraged the US to support…

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JAMES HOGE: MULTILATERALISM AND COOPERATION

posted by Dewi Persik23rd, 2011

James Hoge: Multilateralism And Cooperation
James Hoge: Multilateralism and Cooperation The Asia Society - Asia Society During the Asia Society’s 36th Annual Williamsburg Conference in April in Bali, Indonesia, we asked leaders from across the Asia-Pacific region what one piece of advice they would give the next president of the United States.Most of the 16 respondents emphasized the need for humility, while others encouraged the US to supp…

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RAJA MOHAN – INDIA FAVORS REPUBLICAN MCCAIN OVER OBAMA

posted by Dewi Persik22nd, 2011

Raja Mohan - India Favors Republican McCain Over Obama
Raja Mohan - India Favors Republican McCain Over Obama The Asia Society - Asia Society During the Asia Society’s 36th Annual Williamsburg Conference in April in Bali, Indonesia, we asked policy leaders from across Asia which US presidential candidate is most favorably viewed in their part of the world.A large number of respondents said Barack Obama was the most popular, and the Indonesian responde…

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