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The CSIS Asia Program cordially invites you to "Reincarnation in Tibetan Buddhism: The Importance of Religious Freedom"
Featuring remarks by
Lobsang Sangay President of the Central Tibetan Administration
Followed by a discussion moderated by
Michael J. Green Senior Vice President for Asia and...
This week, Jude and Andrew discuss last Sunday’s mass migration of Hong Kong protesters in a peaceful march, and what it might indicate for the future. They also analyze the growing role of social media within the conflict, as well as within potential cyber threats from China, and how the White...
Host Amy Lehr talks with Hadiya Masieh. Hadiya joined Islamist group Hizbut Tahrir when she was in college. After a decade, she severed those ties, dedicating her time and energy to speaking out against the ideas promoted by such radical groups. She uses her insights and experience to deter young...