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Summer 2013

Liechtenstein Opens Honorary Consulates in Asia

At the end of June, Liechtenstein opened its first Asian honorary consulates in Hong Kong and Singapore, two vibrant and rapidly-growing economic centers. The occasions were marked by a visit to Singapore by Hereditary Prince Alois of Liechtenstein and the opening of an exhibit at the National Museum of Singapore, featuring selected pieces from the Princely Collections. H.S.H....

Publication - "Sovereign Liechtenstein: The Soft Power Projection of a Very Small State

Dr. Kevin D. Stringer, of the Faculty of Business and International Relations at Webster University, recently published Sovereign Liechtenstein: The Soft Power Projection of a Very Small State through the Centre for Small State Studies at the University of Iceland. His research paper was also aided by the Embassy of Liechtenstein to the United States, particularly by Tamara...

Liechtenstein City Palais Reopens

The City Palais of the Princely Family of Liechtenstein , situated in the heart of Vienna, Austria, recently underwent four years of significant renovation and reopened in April in all its former glory. Rather than set hours open to the public, the Liechtenstein Palais will now focus on pre-booked tours and event hosting. City Palace Facade at night. © Palais Liechtenstein...

Liechtenstein Brings Home the Gold

At the XV Games of the Small States of Europe, held in Luxembourg from May 27 to June 1, Liechtenstein once again impressed with its most successful team yet. Team Liechtenstein. Despite sending only 36 athletes, the second smallest contingent among the nine participating nations, Liechtenstein came in fourth place in the gold medal count and the overall medal count, winning...

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