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AsiaGlobal Podcasts

Asia Global Institute

Produced by the Asia Global Institute, a multidisciplinary think tank at The University of Hong Kong, AsiaGlobal Podcasts offer Asian perspectives on global issues through conversations with scholars, experts, policymakers and professionals from around the world.
Episodes
China and the Gulf Nations in a Changing World: The Opportunities and Challenges of Deeper Engagement | Ebrahim Hashem, 2020/21 AsiaGlobal Fellow, Asia Global InstituteOctober 20, 2021 Episode artwork Afghanistan at a Crossroads: Perspectives on the Ground | Jason Yip, 2020/21 AsiaGlobal FellowOctober 15, 2021 Episode artwork Turn to the East: Russia’s View of the Indo-Pacific | Anna Kireeva, Moscow State Institute of International RelationsSeptember 30, 2021 Episode artwork The Most Vulnerable: The Pandemic’s Impact on Bangladesh’s Garment Workers | Nancy Reyes Mullins, Salil Tripathi and Sanchita Banerjee SaxenaSeptember 21, 2021 Episode artwork American Foreign Aid and its Consequences for Human Rights Protection in Southeast Asia | Salvador Santino Fulo Regilme Jr, Lecturer, Leiden UniversityAugust 31, 2021 Episode artwork India's Covid-19 Crisis and the Failure of the Educated | Preeti Singh, Writer and Communications StrategistJune 09, 2021 Episode artwork Dazed and Confused: In the Philippines, a Divided Administration Confronts and Appeases China | Renato Cruz De Castro, De La Salle UniversityJune 08, 2021 Episode artwork North Korea-US Relations: Making Progress Down the Hard Road to Denuclearization | Dan Leaf, Lieutenant General (Retired), US Air ForceMay 21, 2021 Episode artwork Climate Security: Challenges for South and Southeast Asia | Rachel Fleishman, Center for Climate and Security and Sarang Shidore, Council on Strategic RisksApril 27, 2021 Episode artwork To Boost Vaccine Confidence Requires Politics – Alongside Science | Dr Khor Swee Kheng, Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs)April 15, 2021 Episode artwork Has Asia Lost It?: The Region’s “Eight Circles of Hell” | Vasuki Shastry, Chatham HouseMarch 31, 2021 Episode artwork Lessons from Women-Led Healthcare Innovation in Africa | Michael Seo, Founder and Director, ReaMedica Health, KenyaMarch 24, 2021 Episode artwork Technology and Great-Power Competition in Southeast Asia | Elina Noor, Deputy Director and Director, Political-Security Affairs, Asia Society Policy InstituteMarch 18, 2021 Episode artwork Going Viral: Cyber Warfare and the Ethic of Cooperation | Yvonne Chiu, Associate Professor, Strategy and Policy Department, US Naval War CollegeMarch 05, 2021 Episode artwork Philanthropy in Post-Pandemic China: Driving Sustainable Development | Rui Wang, Asia Global Institute and Minne Deng, UNDPFebruary 09, 2021 Episode artwork Social Welfare in China: Poverty Alleviation, Safety Nets and the Pandemic | Joe CB Leung, The University of Hong KongJanuary 04, 2021 Episode artwork Asian Corporate Law in a Post-Covid-19 World | Roza Nurgozhayeva, Nazarbayev UniversityDecember 09, 2020 Episode artwork Technology for Social Good: Giving Workers a Voice | Phoebe Ewen, The Mekong Club; Hannah Thinyane and Sophie Zinser, United Nations University Institute, MacauNovember 13, 2020 Episode artwork Thailand’s Political Awakening | Thannapat Jarernpanit, Pibulsongkram Rajabhat UniversityNovember 03, 2020 Episode artwork Japan’s premier prime ministers, growing up with Godzilla, and the challenges for higher education | William M Tsutsui, Harvard UniversityOctober 07, 2020 Episode artwork The India-China conflict, Kashmir and life during the pandemic | Dr Amit Wanchoo, Asia Global InstituteSeptember 23, 2020 Episode artwork Abe’s Legacy: Japan’s trade relations with the Indo-Pacific, China and the EU | Noriyuki Shikata, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of JapanSeptember 11, 2020 Episode artwork V-Shaped Recovery?: The regional and global economies in the pandemic and beyond | Manu Bhaskaran, Centennial Asia Advisors, SingaporeSeptember 11, 2020 Episode artwork Tech and the pandemic: Why lockdowns are not the only way to confront Covid-19 | Roland Bouffanais and Sun Sun LimSeptember 09, 2020 Episode artwork Cambodia-China relations, nation-building and dependency, and escaping the Khmer Rouge | Sophal Ear, Occidental CollegeSeptember 02, 2020 Episode artwork