Nebraska and Japan Deliver a Smooth Ride for DC Commuters

by Alex Forster
New metro rail cars recently entered service in Washington, DC, built by Japan’s Kawasaki Motors and a dedicated manufacturing team in Lincoln, Nebraska. Kawasaki was the first foreign vehicle manufacturer to move production to the US.

Trans-Pacific Partnerships at a Crossroads

by Alex Forster
By establishing a rules-based high standard template, the TPP could play a strategic role in managing the region’s economic diversity, which will in turn profoundly impact US-Southeast Asia relations.

New York’s Ties to Asia Are a Work of Art

by Sarah Wang
During “Asia Week” from March 13-21, New York will celebrate artworks from Asia, including the centennial of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Asia department and never-before-seen art from Myanmar.