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Public Affairs Asia Ltd

PublicAffairsAsia is the news, analysis, events and recruitment network for senior government relations, corporate affairs and corporate communications professionals operating across the Asia Pacific region.

                           

We offer cutting edge insight through events, intelligence, publications and the flagship Gold Standard Awards programme. PublicAffairsAsia delivers market insight, industry intelligence, original research and international peer-to-peer summits tailored to firms and clients of the communications, government and public relations industry.

 

We also connect corporations to their stakeholders through a series of online briefings and events: convening MNCs, governmental groups and NGOs on neutral platforms to debate emerging policy, regulatory and partnership-based developments.

 

We service the public affairs and communications industries internally and increasingly connect them to their stakeholders – providing innovative platforms to engage with key influencers.  

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review 2016-06-14 21:15
Booknote: Black Mass, plus some thoughts on the film
Black Mass: Whitey Bulger, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal - Gerard O'Neill,Dick Lehr

This is a story that on the one hand can be hard to believe. On the other hand, it is a story that is easy to believe given the reputation of law enforcement of often breaking rules they are supposed to enforce and making deals with criminals of dubious value. Sure, taking down the Boston Mafia was a noble goal, but the FBI basically sold its soul to Bulger and enabled his own rise to control organized crime in Boston. Add to this a serious lack of accountability, the FBI's own internal corruption, and a parade of barely competent FBI supervisors, and you get a recipe for a disaster the FBI will be trying to amend for years to come.

 

Click the link to read my full review at The Itinerant Librarian. This review includes my thoughts on the film, which I watched shortly after having read the book.

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review 2013-01-25 00:00
Trinity [Atomic Test] Site: 50th Anniver... Trinity [Atomic Test] Site: 50th Anniversary of the Atomic Bomb - White Sands Missile Range Public Affairs Office An interesting little guide I found on a whim at manybooks.net, this is a brief history of the Trinity Atomic Bomb testing site at what is now the White Sands Missiel Range.
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review 2011-08-18 10:37
Black Ice (Fog Point Series #2)
Black Ice (Fog Point Series #2) - Linda Hall Ok, a little too much use of the f... word for my taste. (I know, I am such a prude.) The action was a little slow to begin with, but it picked up. A nice mix of sex and violence so worth working thru the slow spots. Worth reading... yes, but not more than once. Read any more in the series... maybe not.
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review 2011-08-12 10:03
Trustworthy Government: Leadership and Management Strategies for Building Trust and High Performance (Jossey-Bass Public Administration)
Trustworthy Government: Leadership and Management Strategies for Building Trust and High Performance - David G. Carnevale Many valid (albeit often obvious) points but the man is not a good writer: he is repetitive, he is stilted, he is dry, and he's surprisingly unthorough, given that he's an academic.
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