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eBook Asia and Europe (Essays and Speeches by Tommy Koh) ePub
Author: Asad Latif,Yeo Lay Hwee,Tommy T. B. Koh
Language: English
ISBN: 9810244126
ISBN13: 978-9810244125
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (September 19, 2000)
Pages: 196
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
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Asia and Europe book. This book is an interesting contribution to the growing literature on a new partnership in the making. Tommy Koh is a Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

Asia and Europe book. He is currently Singapore's Ambassador-at-Large and the Executive Director of the Asia-Europe Foundation. He has previously served as Dean of the Law Faculty of NUS, Ambassador to the United Nations, the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Tommy Koh Thong Bee (b. 12 November, 1937, Singapore–) is an ambassador-at-large at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a position he has held since 1990. Asia and Europe: Essays and speeches by Tommy Koh. Singapore: World Scientific; Asia-Europe Foundation. Koh is a top-notch negotiator and a seasoned diplomat who is well known at home and abroad. Call n. RSING 33. 05 KOH) 21.

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This collection of essays and speeches by Professor Tommy Koh were delivered and written in his capacity as the .

This collection of essays and speeches by Professor Tommy Koh were delivered and written in his capacity as the Executive Director of ASEF. It contains his thoughts on the three pillars of Asia-Europe relations: Politics, economics, and civil society. He points to synergies between the two continents but does not hesitate to note differences in outlook which have to be recognised and respected.

Personal Name: Koh, Tommy T. B. (Tommy Thong Bee), 1937-. Publication, Distribution, et. Singapore ; River Edge, NJ. World Scientific Pu. .Asia-Europe Foundation, (c)2000. Physical Description: xx, 173 . p. of plates : ill. (some co. ;, 25 cm.

Tommy Koh. 468 printed pages . The story of Professor Tommy Koh as captured in this book should energise other change agents to go out and create the progressive, inclusive and sustainable world they want. Kizuna Strong (Chang Li Lin)Professor Tommy Koh's Contributions to APEC (Manu Bhaskaran)Regional Integration for Peace, Prosperity and People: Tommy Koh and Europe (Yeo Lay Hwee)A Founding Vision to Connect the Peoples of Asia and Europe (Peggy Kek)Expertise, Personality, Persistence: Different Diplomatic Tracks and Tommy Koh (Simon SC Tay)The Arts, Culture and Heritage:Tommy Koh and the Ideal.

Tommy Koh Thong Bee DUNU (First Class), DUBC, PJG, BBM (born 12 November 1937) is a Singaporean international lawyer, professor and diplomat. He was also Singapore's former Permanent Representative to the United Nations. Koh was born in Singapore on 12 November 1937. His father was from Tong'an, Fujian and his mother was from Shanghai. He graduated from Raffles Institution and Serangoon Secondary School and received a L.

Asia's and Europe's discovery of each other dates back several hundred years and has undergone tremendous .

Asia's and Europe's discovery of each other dates back several hundred years and has undergone tremendous transformation.

Find nearly any book by Lay Hwee Yeo. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Asia and Europe: The Development and Different Dimensions of ASEM (Routledge Advances in International Relations and Global Politics). by Lay Hwee Yeo. ISBN 9780415306973 (978-0-415-30697-3) Hardcover, Routledge, 2003.

Asia's and Europe's discovery of each other dates back several hundred years and has undergone tremendous transformation. Their engagement was coloured by the history of colonialism, and interrupted by the heat of the Cold War. However, an important step to chart an equal partnership and deepen engagement was taken with the launch of the Asia-Europe Meeting in March 1996. The Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) appeared the following year as the most concrete manifestation of this newfound engagement and as an attempt to engage the civil societies of the two regions.Professor Tommy Koh, a distinguished and well-respected diplomat of our time, is Singapore's foremost “Americanist”, having spent about two decades in America, serving as Singapore's Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Ambassador to the United States. When he turned “Europeanist” on being appointed the Executive Director of ASEF, many of his admirers were surprised, but they had no doubts that his diplomatic skills and international stature make him the ideal person to bridge the gap between Asia and Europe.This collection of essays and speeches by Professor Tommy Koh were delivered and written in his capacity as the Executive Director of ASEF. It contains his thoughts on the three pillars of Asia-Europe relations: politics, economics, and civil society. Readers will find in this book his assessment of some of the key trends shaping the emerging world order and some crucial events affecting the transformation of Asia and Europe. He points to synergies between the two continents but does not hesitate to note differences in outlook which have to be recognised and respected. This book is an interesting contribution to the growing literature on a new partnership in the making.Tommy Koh is a Professor of Law at the National University of Singapore (NUS). He is currently Singapore's Ambassador-at-Large and the Executive Director of the Asia-Europe Foundation. He has previously served as Dean of the Law Faculty of NUS, Ambassador to the United Nations, the United States, Canada and Mexico. He has chaired the Law of the Sea Conference and the Earth Summit. He has headed a Singapore think-tank, The Institute of Policy Studies, and served as the first Chairman of the National Arts Council. He has also served the UN as the Secretary-General's Special Envoy to Russia, Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania, and the World Trade Organisation as the Chairman of two dispute panels.
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