South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA)

South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA) SAJA is a nonprofit networking and resource organization for journalists and others interested in So Founded in March 1994 with 18 members, today SAJA connects and serves more than 1,000 journalists at news outlets big and small.

SAJA members are spread across North America; there are active chapters in New York, Washington, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Atlanta, Los Angeles and Toronto. For more information or to get involved, visit http://saja.org.

DEADLINE APPROACHING: SAJA members have until Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. EST to vote for candidates to fill six board member open...
12/03/2020
SAJA | South Asian Journalists Association - Elections

DEADLINE APPROACHING: SAJA members have until Dec. 16 at 6 p.m. EST to vote for candidates to fill six board member openings.

These board members will be crucial in deciding the trajectory of SAJA for the two-year term. Whether it is virtual events, partnerships or mentorship opportunities, the new or returning members of the board will have a hand in it.

You can read all about the candidates here: http://saja.org/elections and then vote!

SAJA board elections are here! We have SIX positions open and you as a SAJA member can decide who will be apart of the l...
11/30/2020
SAJA | South Asian Journalists Association - Elections

SAJA board elections are here! We have SIX positions open and you as a SAJA member can decide who will be apart of the leadership of the events, scholarships and mentorship opportunities the organization creates for the next two years.

Read about the candidates here: http://saja.org/elections and then do what you did on Nov. 3 and VOTE!

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
11/13/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

Due Nov. 13: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
11/13/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
11/08/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
11/06/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
11/05/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
11/01/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
10/30/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
10/28/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
10/25/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
10/23/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional ...
10/21/2020
SAJA 2020 Election Nominations Form

Join the SAJA board! Help us put on virtual events like #SAJA2020, promote diversity in journalism and fund exceptional journalism about South Asia and the diaspora.

More info here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdpm57Q-YhqGZN6lmIfXUvH9BjI1ADv1egvVyGWGDyi3ct2iw/viewform

SIX SAJA board member positions will become open for the two-year term of 2021-2022. To contest, candidates must be a Full Member of SAJA. Only Full Members are eligible to contest for a position the board. Associate Members and Student Members are NOT eligible to contest. All Full Members are encou...

Interested in taking a more active role with SAJA? Now's your chance.We're accepting nominations from those interested i...
10/14/2020
SAJA | South Asian Journalists Association - Home

Interested in taking a more active role with SAJA? Now's your chance.

We're accepting nominations from those interested in running for position on SAJA's board. Being part of the board means you can help SAJA give out scholarships, fund vitally important reporting projects, and put on events like our blockbuster #saja2020 event earlier this month.

More questions about what being on the board means? Email [email protected].

Details on the application process are at www.saja.org.

Only full board members are eligible to run. We will accept nominations until Nov. 13. SAJA members will then vote for who they want on the board, and results will be announced in December.

10/03/2020
South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA)

Join us now for our awards ceremony, followed by our keynote panel! #SAJA2020

SAJA Awards & Panel: The New Journalism Normal
Saturday, Oct. 3
5-7:30 pm ET

We're excited to bring you an incredible evening with stars and some of the foremost leaders in the journalism industry. We will also reveal the winners of this year's awards.

It is open to SAJA members, so become one, for free: http://saja.org/member

5-5:45 p.m. : "Happy hour" with Aasif Mandvi and Aparna Nancherla.

6-6:30 p.m.: The winners of the SAJA awards are unveiled!

6:30-7:30 p.m.: Keynote panel, The New Journalism Normal. Some of the top leaders in the industry talk about the reckoning over diversity in journalism, how the pandemic has upended the industry, and what we might expect in the future.
Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times
Radhika Jones is the editor in chief of Vanity Fair.
S. Mitra Kalita is the senior vice president for news, opinion and programming for CNN Digital
MODERATOR: Amna Nawaz, senior national correspondent, PBS

Here's some more info on our panelists:

Happy Hour

Aasif Mandvi is a Peabody award winning actor, writer, creator, comedian, author and producer. Widely known for his work as a correspondent on the multi Emmy-winning, THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART, Mandvi currently stars in the new CBS series EVIL created by Robert and Michelle King, which premiered in September 2019. He has a recurring role on the UK series THIS WAY UP with Aisling Bea which is available on Hulu. This past September, he launched the podcast, LOST AT THE SMITHSONIAN, where he gets up close and personal with ten of the most culturally significant artifacts of Americana at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

Aparna Nancherla started out doing comedy in her hometown of Washington D.C. and now resides in New York City. 2016’s Elle’s Women in Comedy Issue, featured her as one of the most exciting new voices to hit the comedy scene. She is a series regular in Comedy Central’s Corporate and has reprised her role in season 3 of HBO’s CRASHING. Aparna is also featured in the second season of Netflix’s The Standups.

The New Journalism Normal

Radhika Jones is the editor in chief of Vanity Fair. Previously, Jones served as editorial director of the books department at The New York Times, deputy managing editor of Time, and managing editor at The Paris Review. She holds a PhD in English and comparative literature from Columbia University.

Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times, a position he assumed in May 2014. Mr. Baquet serves in the highest ranked position in The Times’s newsroom and oversees The New York Times news report in all its various forms. Before being named executive editor, Mr. Baquet was managing editor of The Times. He previously served as Washington bureau chief for the paper from March 2007 to September 2011.

S. Mitra Kalita is the senior vice president for news, opinion and programming for CNN Digital. Kalita leads the national news desk and efforts to creatively share CNN's journalism and storytelling across an ever-exploding array of platforms.

10/03/2020
SAJA Awards & Panel: The New Journalism Normal

SAJA Awards & Panel: The New Journalism Normal
Saturday, Oct. 3
5-7:30 pm ET

We're excited to bring you an incredible evening with stars and some of the foremost leaders in the journalism industry. We will also reveal the winners of this year's awards.

It is open to SAJA members, so become one, for free: http://saja.org/member

5-5:45 p.m. : "Happy hour" with Aasif Mandvi and Aparna Nancherla.

6-6:30 p.m.: The winners of the SAJA awards are unveiled!

6:30-7:30 p.m.: Keynote panel, The New Journalism Normal. Some of the top leaders in the industry talk about the reckoning over diversity in journalism, how the pandemic has upended the industry, and what we might expect in the future.
Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times
Radhika Jones is the editor in chief of Vanity Fair.
S. Mitra Kalita is the senior vice president for news, opinion and programming for CNN Digital
MODERATOR: Amna Nawaz, senior national correspondent, PBS

Here's some more info on our panelists:

Happy Hour

Aasif Mandvi is a Peabody award winning actor, writer, creator, comedian, author and producer. Widely known for his work as a correspondent on the multi Emmy-winning, THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART, Mandvi currently stars in the new CBS series EVIL created by Robert and Michelle King, which premiered in September 2019. He has a recurring role on the UK series THIS WAY UP with Aisling Bea which is available on Hulu. This past September, he launched the podcast, LOST AT THE SMITHSONIAN, where he gets up close and personal with ten of the most culturally significant artifacts of Americana at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

Aparna Nancherla started out doing comedy in her hometown of Washington D.C. and now resides in New York City. 2016’s Elle’s Women in Comedy Issue, featured her as one of the most exciting new voices to hit the comedy scene. She is a series regular in Comedy Central’s Corporate and has reprised her role in season 3 of HBO’s CRASHING. Aparna is also featured in the second season of Netflix’s The Standups.

The New Journalism Normal

Radhika Jones is the editor in chief of Vanity Fair. Previously, Jones served as editorial director of the books department at The New York Times, deputy managing editor of Time, and managing editor at The Paris Review. She holds a PhD in English and comparative literature from Columbia University.

Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times, a position he assumed in May 2014. Mr. Baquet serves in the highest ranked position in The Times’s newsroom and oversees The New York Times news report in all its various forms. Before being named executive editor, Mr. Baquet was managing editor of The Times. He previously served as Washington bureau chief for the paper from March 2007 to September 2011.

S. Mitra Kalita is the senior vice president for news, opinion and programming for CNN Digital. Kalita leads the national news desk and efforts to creatively share CNN's journalism and storytelling across an ever-exploding array of platforms.

10/03/2020
South Asian Journalists Association (SAJA)

Join us tonight for an epic end to a month of events fit for this moment. #SAJA2020's final hurrah starts at 5 p.m. ET - featuring Aasif Mandvi, Aparna Nancherla, Mitra Kalita, Radhika Jones, Dean Baquet and AmnaNawaz!

Tune in LIVE, right here on Facebook:

SAJA Awards & Panel: The New Journalism Normal
Saturday, Oct. 3
5-7:30 pm ET

We're excited to bring you an incredible evening with stars and some of the foremost leaders in the journalism industry. We will also reveal the winners of this year's awards.

It is open to SAJA members, so become one, for free: http://saja.org/member

5-5:45 p.m. : "Happy hour" with Aasif Mandvi and Aparna Nancherla.

6-6:30 p.m.: The winners of the SAJA awards are unveiled!

6:30-7:30 p.m.: Keynote panel, The New Journalism Normal. Some of the top leaders in the industry talk about the reckoning over diversity in journalism, how the pandemic has upended the industry, and what we might expect in the future.

Here's some more info on our panelists:

Happy Hour

Aasif Mandvi is a Peabody award winning actor, writer, creator, comedian, author and producer. Widely known for his work as a correspondent on the multi Emmy-winning, THE DAILY SHOW WITH JON STEWART, Mandvi currently stars in the new CBS series EVIL created by Robert and Michelle King, which premiered in September 2019. He has a recurring role on the UK series THIS WAY UP with Aisling Bea which is available on Hulu. This past September, he launched the podcast, LOST AT THE SMITHSONIAN, where he gets up close and personal with ten of the most culturally significant artifacts of Americana at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.

Aparna Nancherla started out doing comedy in her hometown of Washington D.C. and now resides in New York City. 2016’s Elle’s Women in Comedy Issue, featured her as one of the most exciting new voices to hit the comedy scene. She is a series regular in Comedy Central’s Corporate and has reprised her role in season 3 of HBO’s CRASHING. Aparna is also featured in the second season of Netflix’s The Standups.

The New Journalism Normal

Radhika Jones is the editor in chief of Vanity Fair. Previously, Jones served as editorial director of the books department at The New York Times, deputy managing editor of Time, and managing editor at The Paris Review. She holds a PhD in English and comparative literature from Columbia University.

Dean Baquet is executive editor of The New York Times, a position he assumed in May 2014. Mr. Baquet serves in the highest ranked position in The Times’s newsroom and oversees The New York Times news report in all its various forms. Before being named executive editor, Mr. Baquet was managing editor of The Times. He previously served as Washington bureau chief for the paper from March 2007 to September 2011.

S. Mitra Kalita is the senior vice president for news, opinion and programming for CNN Digital. Kalita leads the national news desk and efforts to creatively share CNN's journalism and storytelling across an ever-exploding array of platforms.

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MODI's undeclared Emergency vs INDRA's declared EMERGENCY Journalist Nikhil Wagle wrote when Disha Ravi was jailed: "Indira Gandhi arrested opposition leaders in her emergency. Modi won't arrest them as he knows most of them have little credibility or influence. He arrests genuine, young activists who fight to protect democracy. This is Modi's emergency with a difference!" Unlike MPs and MLAs of other parties, these young activists cannot be made to join the BJP through bribery or coercion. Nor are they burdened by charges of corruption, nepotism, or dynastic entitlement. Nikhil Wagle is absolutely right - at a psychological and ideological level, the Sangh Parivar fears the likes of Umar Khalid and Natasha Narwal far more than they fear Rahul Gandhi or Mamata Banerjee. Historian Ramchandra Guha on Disha Ravi Jailed by Modi govt. : No state governed by the rule of law would act in this manner. But the Modi-Shah regime has contempt for democratic procedure. This is a government with no humanity, no civility, no decency, no transparency. It is committed only to the pursuit of total power. It seeks absolute political, ideological, and personal supremacy. The noble sentiments expressed in the Preamble to the Indian Constitution are being violated everyday by those who took their oaths of office on that document. That is why, when challenged by young minds to honour and uphold those Constitutional values, the response of the state is to put these young minds in jail. Based on what we know of the Modi-Shah regime, of how it functioned in Gujarat between 2001 and 2014, and how it has functioned at the Centre thereafter, I'd like to outline six possible reasons why this young, idealistic, female resident of Bengaluru was picked up without notice by the police from the house where she lived with her mother, put on a plane, and taken away for five days of intense interrogation in Delhi. The first reason is that the Modi-Shah regime fears independent thinking in general. Indians must be obedient, conformist, loyal to the state and the ruling regime, and worshipful towards the Great and Visionary Leader. Ideally, the Indian state would like no critical, objective, detailed, scrutiny of its policies and actions to be permitted at all. However, while democratic freedoms have been greatly attenuated since May 2014, they have not been fully extinguished. There still exists (bare) elements of a free press, some (rapidly shrinking spaces) in civil society, and a few major states which are not ruled by the BJP. The second reason that Disha Ravi was arrested is that while the Modi-Shah regime fears independent thinking in general, they particularly fear it when expressed by young people. Indians in their 20s and 30s, who are animated by ideals of religious pluralism, caste and gender justice, democratic transparency, and environmental sustainability - that is, by ideals different from and often opposed to those of the Sangh Parivar - have more energy and more time on this earth to fulfil their own hopes for our land. Therefore, they must be sent off to prison, through the abuse of state power and of the legal process if necessary. The arrest of Disha Ravi is in keeping with the arrest of an ever-growing list of young, idealistic, selfless young Indians seeking a better future for our country. The third reason the Modi-Shah regime has arrested Disha Ravi is their compelling desire to manage the headlines. The bad press generated by the government's handling of the farmers' protests, and by their maniacal over-reaction to a few tweets by foreign celebrities, is now sought to be diverted through jingoistic over-drive, by claiming that there was a deeper international conspiracy being forged by a trinity of malign actors - these being some out-of-work Khalistanis in Canada, a teenager in Sweden, and a girl barely out of her teens in Bengaluru. The Delhi Police will now selectively leak some alternative facts, the 'Godi Media' and the BJP IT Cell will go to town with them, and the saga of the suffering farmers on the borders of our capital will - so the government hopes - go unnoticed (at least for a while). https://www.ndtv.com/opinion/why-modi-and-shah-fear-young-activists-by-ramachandra-guha-2371727?fbclid=IwAR3wj5IxtT2vzwz4XyRHpw39KZTFraFiS-PDxc4ZBDemuJ_SX3nxw4yEgRc
Journalists are regular targets of online attacks but Women journalists face a double-burden: being attacked as journalists and as women. We need your support to keep them safe. Have your say in the UNESCO-ICFJ global survey (closes on 9 Nov): https://on.unesco.org/362tgzJ #JournalistsToo
George Bush Jr. coined the term Terrorist to label “Muslim” Extremists. We have religious terrorists of all and no faiths. Please stop singling out an entire religion. This is harmful and deadly to the rest of us that ARE peaceful, law-abiding citizens.
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Watch this video closely some people abducting @Matiullahjan919 they are in uniform some are in civil dress journalist threw his phone inside the school building possibly to his wife who is a teacher there I have no doubt he is with the state agencies but Govt is silent
***Seeking international collaborators!*** Academy Award-winning documentarians Orlando von Einsiedel (VIRUNGA) and Dan Cogan (ICARUS) are building a team of international storytellers to collaborate on a new, multi-filmmaker telling of the COVID-19 outbreak. We are looking for filmmakers and videographers who have been recording the unfolding stories of their own lives, the lives of people in their community, or of the heroes around them fighting to keep us all safe. Specifically, we are really looking for filmmakers who are filming in India. Please join our collective of international storytellers and help tell the story of this global challenge to humanity. Please contact me to discuss a story you have on here, or on [email protected]
“The value of our voices in media has nothing to do with fairness or the abstract concept of "diversity." It is about the survival and the legitimacy of the national media landscape. When our voices are excluded from America's narrative, it means, by definition, the world only knows one side of every story. This is about more than equity. It is about accuracy." [email protected] The Racial Equity in Journalism Fund at @BorealisPhil has awarded $2.3 million to news outlets led by and serving communities of color. Learn more: bit.ly/REJgrantannouncement
Why is SAJA not a platform for discussing the assault on free speech by this disgusting fascist Modi regime?
Coronavirus and Economic Imperialism of China Venue: Murrow Room, 13th floor, 529, 14th Street, NW, Washington DC Time: 10am - 11am ET on Monday - March 9 Is the Belt and Road Initiative of China making it harder to contain COVID-19? A panel of experts will examine the relationship between China's model of international development and economic statecraft with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak which has spread to at least 75 countries and infected more than 95,000 people worldwide in just a few months. Jennifer Huang Bouey, MD, PhD ,Senior Policy Researcher; Tang Chair in China Policy Studies RAND Corporation Daniel Kliman, Senior Fellow and Director, Asia-Pacific Security Program Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Paris Huang, White House Correspondent VOA China Contact: Nico Pandi: [email protected] On the NPC website:
Coronavirus and Economic Imperialism of China Venue: Murrow Room, 13th floor, 529, 14th Street, NW, Washington DC Time: 10am - 11am ET on Monday - March 9 Is the Belt and Road Initiative of China making it harder to contain COVID-19? A panel of experts will examine the relationship between China's model of international development and economic statecraft with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak which has spread to at least 75 countries and infected more than 95,000 people worldwide in just a few months. Jennifer Huang Bouey, MD, PhD ,Senior Policy Researcher; Tang Chair in China Policy Studies RAND Corporation Daniel Kliman, Senior Fellow and Director, Asia-Pacific Security Program Center for a New American Security (CNAS) Paris Huang, White House Correspondent VOA China Contact: Nico Pandi: [email protected] On the NPC website: