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Good and bad Olympic nationalism - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Good and bad Olympic nationalism

Hosting the Olympic Games can confer status on the world stage

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PM Lee urges China, US to stem deteriorating ties

The US is not in terminal decline. Equally, China is not going to disappear.

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Biden's Asia czar says the US's standing in Asia has 'slipped'

"I think we recognise that the United States has a lot of work to do," says Kurt Campbell.
New Cold War, or new frontlines? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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New Cold War, or new frontlines?

Will President-elect Biden repair all the damage to US-China ties he will inherit from Trump? Not quite.
PM Lee calls for US-China truce to avoid "Cold War-style" division of nations - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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PM Lee calls for US-China truce to avoid "Cold War-style" division of nations

PM Lee has called for the world’s biggest economies to avoid a destructive clash that could force smaller states to pick sides.

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Kissinger warns of "World War I-scale" US-China conflict

Modern military technology would make such a crisis far more difficult to control than those of earlier eras.
Japanese Prime Minister Suga continues with Abenomics in line with positioning Japan as an international financial hub - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Japanese Prime Minister Suga continues with Abenomics in line with positioning Japan as an international financial hub

Suga’s long term plan is for Japan to become an international finance hub in Asia and the world.

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Which country wields most power in Asia? US leads but China is catching up

While America retained its place as the region’s top superpower, its 10-point lead on China two years ago has been halved.

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Fertility, phones, reforms: a trader checklist for Suga's Japan

Market watchers are eyeing what the election of the unassuming son of a strawberry farmer means for the country’s equity markets.

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Japan's Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga wins ruling party race to replace Prime Minister Abe

A farmer’s son long known as Abe’s back-room fixer, Suga won 377 of the 535 available votes Monday, the LDP said.
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