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Citation: Tang, H. W., ‘The Networked Electorate: The Internet and the Quiet Democratic Revolution in Malaysia and Singapore’, 2009
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Fgdc homeland Security Working Group Activity Status and PlansFgdc homeland Security Working Group Activity Status and Plans
Most activities are done through subgroups. The purposes and status of the subgroups are
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Chatham House is an independent body which promotes the rigorous study of international questions and does not express opinions of its own. The opinions expressed in this publication are the responsibility of the authors
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Imagine waking up one morning to discover that you have lost your memory. After a few minutes of blind panic, you begin to examine the room you find yourself inImagine waking up one morning to discover that you have lost your memory. After a few minutes of blind panic, you begin to examine the room you find yourself in
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