Former Ambassador Of Chile To Singapore Talks Climate, Singapore, And How He Entered The Foreign Service

Former Ambassador Of Chile To Singapore Talks Climate, Singapore, And How He Entered The Foreign Service

Is Chile still at the forefront of climate activism after the cancellation of COP25 in the country last year? Did Chile betray the environment by not signing the Escazú Agreement? As Singapore celebrates 40 years of diplomatic relations with Chile last year, former Ambassador of Chile to Singapore, James Sinclair Manley, not only tackles some of these questions with us, he also shares some of the best practices the two countries can contribute to one another.

The Four Asian Tigers myth debunked

The Four Asian Tigers myth debunked

The rise of the Four Asian Tigers created a group of elite and wealthy nations in a region that previously struggled with development after World War Two. But was their rise really due to policy advantage?

The Blurred Lines

The Blurred Lines

The West has always maintained the right of people to govern themselves. What happens when they encounter traditions and cultures that they do not understand? And what happens when their practitioners become significant minorities in their countries?

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