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Geopolitics has become an essential part of investment decision-making more than ever before, particularly in Asia. To bring insight and context to our community, Chartwell’s Ronald Chan interviewed Professor Kishore Mahbubani, a globally recognised veteran diplomat, student of philosophy, and celebrated author. Professor Mahbubani shared his thoughts on post-Covid politics, the strategies driving policymakers and explored how these future relationships may unfold. He provides valuable insight on multi-lateral international relations from his recent book “Has China Won?”.  

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