Griffith Asia Institute Director, Andrew O’Neil was mentioned today (Thursday 27 February) in an article by The Australian. The article, written by Rowan Callick, focuses on the family connections increasingly found in Asian government.
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THE big family business in Asia today is not running companies, but controlling countries.
Every kind of nation, from the feudal communism of North Korea to the lively democracy of The Philippines, is now permeated with political leaderships that keep governance in the family.
Read more at The Australian website.