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Publicado: 2021-08-12

Singapur 2020: tiempos difíciles

Nanyang Technological University, Singapur
Singapur política relaciones comunales covid-19


En 2020, Singapur experimentó algunos desafíos en relación con la pandemia y las relaciones comunales, el statu quo sufrió algunas ligeras modificaciones debido a los resultados de las elecciones parlamentarias y vio pocos vientos en contra y disruptivos en sus relaciones exteriores.


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Vasu, Norman. 2021. "Singapur 2020: tiempos difíciles". Anuario Asia Pacífico El Colegio de México, agosto. México, MX, 1-24.

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