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The advent of the East Asia Summit has been a notable development. However it has also been the focus for some differing opinions in the region on how regional cooperation should best be pursued and on which countries should be principally involved in these efforts....
On 13–14 December 2005, the inaugural East Asia Summit was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Three new member states from outside the contemporary geographical definition of East Asia were added—Australia, New Zealand and India. This paper addresses the question of whether the addition of the...
Christian Enemark writes that the expansion of interest and investment in biotechnology in East Asia is being driven mainly by infectious disease challenges, economic interests, and security concerns about biological weapons. A key challenge will be to ensure strict biosafety measures extend to all new...