The Chrysler Building in New York is seen through a rain-covered window on March 9. Our political leaders across the world will do whatever they think is right, but it looks as if they are flying in a fog of uncertainty. We, the silent passengers, pray that they know what they are doing. Photo: AFP
Andrew Sheng
Opinion

Opinion

Andrew Sheng

Plane crashes, Brexit chaos, and leadership in a fog of uncertainty

  • Who or what is to blame for the Boeing 737 MAX 8 disasters? An investigation into the cause recalls the way leaders across the world grapple with today’s highly complex problems, and the comparison is hardly reassuring

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The Chrysler Building in New York is seen through a rain-covered window on March 9. Our political leaders across the world will do whatever they think is right, but it looks as if they are flying in a fog of uncertainty. We, the silent passengers, pray that they know what they are doing. Photo: AFP
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