They are normally closer to their people and closer to understanding their needs.
First Prime Minister of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew has resigned from the country’s cabinet. His last post within the Cabinet was the Minister Mentor. Lee Kuan Yew (87) dominated Singapore’s politics and development for over 50 years.
According to The Daily Telegraph the embassies and other diplomatic outposts abroad will make their own decisions on the issue. And it seems for the British embassies it is not a problem. I have sent my question – Will you fly the EU flag on Europe Day? – via Twitter to dozens of UK embassies abroad. I admit the list bellow is not complete as there were only few replies but from what I got it seems UK embassies will fly the EU flag today.
Hillary Clinton have suggested that after the death of Osama bin Laden there there is a chance Taliban will more likely be willing to negotiate.
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Is the biggest questions whether Osama bin Laden the myth is a more potent recruitment tool than Osama bin Laden the man?
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