By Tommy Koh, Chang Li Lin
This is often the sequel to the bestselling ebook, "The Little purple Dot", released in 2005. whereas the 1st quantity consisted of a set of essays via Singapore's first- and second-generation diplomats, this moment quantity includes essays written by means of the 3rd new release of younger ambassadors. the second one Minister for international Affairs, Mr Raymond Lim, has contributed the Foreword. Written in an unique and obtainable demeanour, this ebook is a hugely relaxing learn for all who're drawn to Singapore present affairs and within the paintings and technology of international relations. It includes many inspiring tales that have no longer been advised sooner than.
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