Dr Eric Teo Chu Cheow, a business consultant and strategist based in Singapore, is also Council Secretary of the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA).
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Sino-Singaporean relations have entered a more complex and complicated phase of development, thanks to a new strategic dimension that has arisen in the Asia-Pacific. After the tumultuous feud of August
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao spent a substantial part of his post-National Peoples' Congress press conference on Sino-Japanese ties, offering an olive branch to Tokyo with his "three principles, three recommendations"
The recent ASEAN Summit held in Vientiane, Laos could have broken new ground in Asian integration and community-building, as China is slated to play an accelerated role in building this
The recent Asian Cup finals in Beijing on August 7 could have constituted a watershed in Sino-Japanese relations and ironically launched a real rapprochement between Beijing and Tokyo. To the
Recent indications point to a growing Sino-US rivalry in the Asia-Pacific, with China's emergence not only as an Asian power, but a world power. The impressive haul of Olympic golds
Although the Chinese leadership faces no electoral contenders, Beijing will soon have to deal with two uncertain but crucial elections in the next four months, the consequences of which could
Increasingly, China is being perceived as the locomotive of Asia's economic growth and development, as its imports and trade deficits (with most Asian countries) are helping to fuel the economic
The electoral campaigning for the presidential polls in Taiwan has clearly brought three pertinent issues on Taiwan to the forefront and provoked an unprecedented surge in Chinese nationalism on the
The avian or "bird" flu has already spread across at least ten countries in Asia and caused almost two dozen deaths in Thailand and Vietnam. In China, the flu epidemic