Singapore : The Air-Conditioned Nation: Essays on the Politics of Comfort and Control, 1990-2000

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Insightful commentary on Singapore's political dynamics.

As someone interested in Singapore politics and contemporary issues, "Singapore: The Air-Conditioned Nation" is a must-read. Cherian George's collection of stimulating essays provides an insightful analysis of the political success of the ruling People's Action Party and sheds light on the tensions and contradictions inherent in Singapore's system. The book enables readers to gain a more nuanced understanding of the factors shaping Singapore's politics and society.

Singapore : The Air-Conditioned Nation: Essays on the Politics of Comfort and Control, 1990-2000

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ISBN: 9789813065468
Authors: Cherian George
Publisher: Landmark Books
Date of Publication: 2000-01-01
Format: Paperback
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Sharp commentaries on Singapore politics and contemporary issues by former journalist Cherian George compiled in one volume. The book presents a collection of stimulating essays that get to the very heart of the Singapore system and the dynamics shaping it, revealing many of the tensions and contradictions inherent in the "air-conditioned nation" and the factors accounting for the political success of the ruling People's Action Party.
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Insightful commentary on Singapore's political dynamics.

As someone interested in Singapore politics and contemporary issues, "Singapore: The Air-Conditioned Nation" is a must-read. Cherian George's collection of stimulating essays provides an insightful analysis of the political success of the ruling People's Action Party and sheds light on the tensions and contradictions inherent in Singapore's system. The book enables readers to gain a more nuanced understanding of the factors shaping Singapore's politics and society.