Jeffrey Wasserstrom argues that recent campaigns by the CCP may owe as much to Chiang Kai-shek and Lee Kuan Yew as to Mao Zedong: There’s no question that Mao left an indelible mark on China (this may be the only point of...
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by Paulina Hartono | Dec 20, 2007
From Siify.com: Democracy may obstruct India’s development, but it also makes the world look at this billion-strong nation differently, with no fear of aggression vis-à-vis
by Xiao Qiang | Nov 18, 2007
From Channel NewsAsia: China is now moving quickly to adapt to a fast changing world, and its new generation of leaders are determined to sustain the nation’s growth for a long
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From The SPIEGEL: Singapore’s first-ever prime minister, long-time government head and current political mentor Lee Kuan Yew talks about Asia’s rise to economic
by Xiao Qiang | May 17, 2005
From AP, via The Star Online: China must teach its young people not to let the nation’s growing political and economic might threaten its neighbours, former Singaporean Prime
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