Lee Kuan Yew’s Lessons For Armenia
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CitationSimon Saradzhyan, Monica Harutyunyan. Lee Kuan Yew’s Lessons For Armenia. 21st Century Journal, 2013.
AbstractThere is hardly a statesman left in the world who has not heard about Singapore’s economic miracle, which began almost 50 years ago and continues to date. If there is a single person without whom Singapore’s phenomenal transformation would not have been possible, that person is Lee Kuan Yew.
Lee’s record of transforming Singapore has become the subject of dozens of books, but there is one recent book that stands out, written by U.S. statesmen Graham Allison and Robert D. Blackwill, with the help of Harvard University researcher Ali Wyne. Published in March 2013, Lee Kuan Yew: The Grand Master's Insights on China, the United States, and the World mostly focuses on China’s rise. However, the book also represents a comprehensive collection of practical advice from the founding father of Singapore on how to build and run an effective public administration system that every statesman of any country would find useful.
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