Dr Chong Ja Ian, NUS

Dr Chong Ja Ian, NUS

Chong Ja Ian

19 December 2023
China Perspective: Will the results from the upcoming Taiwan elections impact China's ambition for unification?
From two Chinese balloons flying across the sensitive median line separating Taiwan from China to how closely the country is watching Taiwan’s upcoming presidential election.
Chong Ja Ian, Associate Professor of Political Science, NUS & Non-Resident Scholar, Carnegie China gives us an analysis of those headlines and more.

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25 July 2023
Morning Shot: Can China's 'old friend' Kissinger act as the bridge between US & China?
Does the friendlier meeting between China’s President Xi Jinping and former US top diplomat Henry Kissinger in recent days - point to a headway in frayed ties between China and the US?
Associate Professor Chong Ja Ian from the Department of Political Science at National University of Singapore shares his perspective on where US and China's relations are headed.
Presented by: Lynlee Foo
This podcast is produced by Yeo Kai Ting (ykaiting@sph.com.sg)

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12 May 2023
Morning Shot: Why is the Myanmar crisis a challenge for ASEAN?
The conflict in Myanmar dominated talks at this week’s ASEAN Summit taking place in Indonesia. This comes against a backdrop of an attack on an aid convoy carrying regional diplomats, including two staffers from the Singapore embassy in Yangon.
On the back of the ongoing conflict, Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong emphasised that the current format of only inviting Myanmar to ASEAN meetings at a non-political level, signals that “all is not well” and “very little progress” has been made on the Five-Point Consensus.
Associate Professor Chong Ja Ian from the Department of Political Science at National University of Singapore with a deeper analysis.
This podcast is produced and edited by Yeo Kai Ting (ykaiting@sph.com.sg)

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31 January 2023
China Perspective: Will China and US go to war in 2025?
From the possibility of seeing a war between the US and China in 2025 as set out in a leaked memo and new regional CPPCC heads, turning the attention to China’s domestic leadership.
Dr Chong Ja Ian Associate Professor, Political Science, National University of Singapore and Non-Resident Fellow, Carnegie China gives us an analysis of those headlines and more.

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03 Aug 2022
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan would not show any change in US policy on the country.
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Taiwan regardless of Chinese government's threat. The US administration had earlier tried to assure that it was unnecessary to “come to blows” as such trip did not mean to signal change in US policy on Taiwan. On SGExtra, Prime Time’s Timothy Go speaks with Dr Chong Ja Ian, Associate Professor of Political Science at the National University of Singapore to find out more.

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