Alejandro Reyes considers a new strategy for convincing governments to uphold their global commitments while implementing domestic initiatives focused on those most vulnerable to the forces of globalization.
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Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Public Administration, University of Hong Kong
Alejandro Reyes is a visiting associate professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong and a former journalist. He served as a senior policy adviser to the Canadian foreign minister in 2002. A Hong Kong-based global affairs consultant, he has worked with several foundations and international organizations, including the G20, the Clinton Global Initiative and the World Economic Forum. He is senior adviser to the US-Asia Institute in Washington, DC.
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