Singapore in 2004: long awaited leadership transition
Rodan, G. (2005) Singapore in 2004: long awaited leadership transition. Asian Survey, 45 (1). pp. 140-145.
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With strong economic recovery, Goh Chok Tong decided the time was right for the long-anticipated handover of Singapore's prime ministership to Lee Hsien Loong. In foreign relations, the earlier leadership change in Malaysia fostered improved bilateral ties, but a visit by Lee to Taiwan generated friction with Chinese authorities.
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