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THE ROYAL SOCIETY FOR ASIAN AFFAIRS

Formerly the Central Asian Society, the RSAA was founded in 1901 to promote understanding of Asia.

Golden Buddha in West Bengal

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LECTURES

The RSAA prides itself on having one of the best lecture programmes in London. Members can attend in person, or watch past lectures online.

The Sun Temple at Martand

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ASIAN AFFAIRS

The RSAA's well-respected journal is published three times a year. Members receive hard copies and can also access articles online.

Tiles from the Ulug Beg Madrassa in Samarkand

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TOURS AND EXPEDITIONS

Exploration is at the heart of the RSAA. We organise regular, members-only tours to all corners of Asia, including remote destinations.

Nubra Valley, Ladakh

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LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES

The RSAA conserves a library of several thousand books, and also a significant archive of photographs, slides, maps and personal papers.

The Kalyan Minaret in Bukhara

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EDUCATION

The RSAA is registered as Charitable Incorporated Organisation 1179300.

Dard Children in the Suru Valley, Kargil

Asian Affairs Blog

The official blog of the RSAA and the Asian Affairs journal

Short articles, accounts and commentary of interest to RSAA members

Golden Buddha in West Bengal

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Expert Video Interviews

Dr Noel Brehony and Rosie Llewellyn-Jones: Video Interviews

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Lecture Articles

Some of the Society's lectures are published as articles in the Asian Affairs Journal

ADVANCING KNOWLEDGE OF ASIA SINCE 1901

The Royal Society for Asian Affairs upholds free speech and open debate, is independent of governments and political bodies and does not take institutional positions on issues of policy at its meetings or in its publications

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ARCHIVES SHOWCASE

Photography & Slides

Our photographic collection contains images from the late 19th century to the present.

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Maps

Our map collection includes hand-drawn and printed maps covering all parts of Asia.

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Personal Papers

We conserve the personal papers of historical figures, as well as paintings and sketches.

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Photography & Slides

Our photographic collection contains images from the late 19th century to the present.

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Personal Papers

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Asia's Newest Flashpoint? The China-India Line of Actual Control A webinar from the RSAA with @MichaelKugelman Cli… https://t.co/rGremqtnNx

09 July 20
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Asia’s Newest Flashpoint? The China-India Line of Actual Control – Michael Kugelman

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9 July 2020

15 July - Michael Kugelman discusses heightened border tensions between India and China

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2 July 2020

8 July Dr Rudra Chaudhuri talks about mapping and analyzing violent incidents and infrastructural development on and across India’s borders

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25 June 2020

1 July - Dr Alexander Morrison talks about the Russian conquest of Central Asia

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18 June 2020

The RSAA and the Shute Festival jointly host a conversation between Christina Lamb and Samantha Knights QC

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