Singapore's Defense Budget Climbs 5.7 Percent
March 19, 2015
Singapore's Defense Budget Climbs 5.7 Percent
Singapore's defense minister is worried about hybrid warfare and wants to remake the military.
Singapore's Defense Budget Climbs 5.7 Percent
<i>Sponsored Content</i>: Talent and Governance in a Globalizing World
March 02, 2015
Sponsored Content: Talent and Governance in a Globalizing World
Future leaders in the public sector will need a global vision to meet challenges in policymaking and governance.
Sponsored Content: Talent and Governance in a Globalizing World
4 US Littoral Combat Ships to Operate out of Singapore by 2018
February 19, 2015
4 US Littoral Combat Ships to Operate out of Singapore by 2018
The controversial naval vessel will also participate in a military exercise off the coast of South Korea next month.
4 US Littoral Combat Ships to Operate out of Singapore by 2018
Asian Cities Pay Hidden Price for Global Status
February 15, 2015
Asian Cities Pay Hidden Price for Global Status
Global status may offer prestige, but it doesn’t help the economically vulnerable.
Asian Cities Pay Hidden Price for Global Status
Singapore to Ban Public Drinking Amid Fierce Opposition
January 21, 2015
Singapore to Ban Public Drinking Amid Fierce Opposition
The city-state’s crackdown on public alcohol consumption is meeting strong public resistance.
Singapore to Ban Public Drinking Amid Fierce Opposition
Japanese Banks Win Big in Myanmar
October 02, 2014
Japanese Banks Win Big in Myanmar
Myanmar is betting that Tokyo’s biggest banks will invest in comprehensive development.
Japanese Banks Win Big in Myanmar
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
August 20, 2014
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
Work in Asia, live in Australasia is the message from the latest global surveys of economic clout and livability.
Size Doesn’t Matter for Asia’s Influential Cities
Overseas Chinese and the Crimea Crisis
April 10, 2014
Overseas Chinese and the Crimea Crisis
Russia's annexation of Crimea could embolden China to intervene in Southeast Asia and Russia's Far East.
Overseas Chinese and the Crimea Crisis
Why Singapore Wants the F-35
March 10, 2014
Why Singapore Wants the F-35
Singapore is studying the F-35B Lightning as part of its larger effort to gain air dominance in its neighborhood.
Why Singapore Wants the F-35
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
February 19, 2014
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Indonesia has become embroiled in maritime disputes with neighbors like Singapore, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Anonymous Could Be Caned in Singapore
November 13, 2013
Anonymous Could Be Caned in Singapore
Members of the worldwide hacktivist collective also face fines and jail time.
Anonymous Could Be Caned in Singapore
How 'Fat Leonard' Scammed the US Navy
November 09, 2013
How 'Fat Leonard' Scammed the US Navy
Glenn Francis Leonard recruited US Naval officers as moles.
How 'Fat Leonard' Scammed the US Navy
Bani Haykal: Crafting Music with “Dormant” Objects
October 17, 2013
Bani Haykal: Crafting Music with “Dormant” Objects
The Singaporean musician creates – and composes with – unusual instruments.
Bani Haykal: Crafting Music with “Dormant” Objects
Chindian Diaries: Sharing the Chinese-Indian Experience
October 11, 2013
Chindian Diaries: Sharing the Chinese-Indian Experience
The Chindian Diaries explore a unique mixture of ingredients in Southeast Asia’s cultural melting pot.
Chindian Diaries: Sharing the Chinese-Indian Experience
Suu Kyi Lectures Singapore on Materialism
October 03, 2013
Suu Kyi Lectures Singapore on Materialism
Aung San Suu Kyi has suggested that Singapore could learn some soft lessons from her native Myanmar.
Suu Kyi Lectures Singapore on Materialism
Singapore Underground: The Lion City Frees Up Space Below
September 26, 2013
Singapore Underground: The Lion City Frees Up Space Below
Are Singaporeans prepared to take their lives underground?
Singapore Underground: The Lion City Frees Up Space Below
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