Kennedy explains how her family’s connection to Vietnam informed her passion for her latest documentary, Last Days in Vietnam.
The CFR senior fellows discuss their text, By All Means Necessary, which tackles China’s meteoric rise and the impact it will have on the rest of the world.
The former ambassador weighs in on the world tension over North Korea’s nuclear threats.
A shocking story from inside North Korea shows just how little we know about the notoriously secretive socialist state.
Not only does AP photographer David Guttenfelder have unprecedented access to the country, he has begun acting as an informal ambassador on behalf of the West.
The two-time Oscar nominee discusses her latest project, The Tsunami and the Cherry Blossom, and recounts her experience in Japan a few weeks after that country’s earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster.
Like the zeitgeists of grunge-wear and fluorescence before it, the wave of heritage brands and heritage-inspired clothes that has consumed the fashion world for the last couple of years, shows no signs of slowing. I have absolutely no issues with this, as for the most part these heritage brands, like Red Wing and Filson, pride [...]
Blogger Jeremy Freed adds to this week’s special programming conversation by sharing his favorite
regular sources of China-related commentary.
On the final night of the week’s look at the People’s Republic of China, Tavis hosts a panel of prominent Chinese Americans for a wide-ranging discussion about the country, including the good and the bad of its economic boom, the environment, human rights and the complexity of U.S.-China relations.
In this fourth episode of the special series on the People’s Republic of China—the final program on the road—Tavis talks in depth with some of the students at one of China’s top schools.