The Rajawali Foundation Institute for Asia convenes leaders from the academic, policymaking, business, and student communities committed to enhancing public policy research and teaching on Asia.
The China Programs support the training of Chinese government officials both at Harvard Kennedy School and in China through a number of initiatives designed to enhance officials' capacity to manage policy in rapidly changing domestic and international public environments.
A collaboration between the Ash Center, the Belfer Center, and the Sustainability Science Program, the Asia Energy and Sustainability Initiative provides scholarly analysis and independent research relating to the intersection of innovation, energy policy, technology, and environmental outcomes in Asia.
The Myanmar Program seeks to deepen the understanding of the development and democratic governance challenges facing Myanmar. It moves beyond technical economics and examines the broader political economy of reform to better address the country’s social and economic problems.