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A ‘New Mandate’ for Singapore’s Government?
July 13, 2020

A ‘New Mandate’ for Singapore’s Government?

By Nigel Li
Hoping to secure a stronger mandate, the PAP actually lost ground in vote share.

Singapore General Elections: New Dawn for the Opposition?
July 09, 2020

Singapore General Elections: New Dawn for the Opposition?

By Keiren Goh
The PAP’s victory is a foregone conclusion, but don’t sleep on the changes remaking the opposition.
Singapore’s First Election Under the Fake News Law
July 07, 2020

Singapore’s First Election Under the Fake News Law

By Paul Meyer
The correction and take-down orders issued under POFMA highlight the city-state’s strategy to stifle opposition and alternative press on social media.

Singapore Decides on 5G Networks: Is Huawei Banned?
July 02, 2020

Singapore Decides on 5G Networks: Is Huawei Banned?

By Muhammad Faizal Abdul Rahman
Singapore isn’t choosing sides in the geopolitical tug-of-war between China and the United States.

Singapore PM’s Brother Joins Opposition Party Ahead of Polls
June 24, 2020

Singapore PM’s Brother Joins Opposition Party Ahead of Polls

By Associated Press
Lee Hsien Yang, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong's estranged brother, joined an opposition party but declined to say whether he’d run in the July 10 polls.

Singapore Leader Calls Early Elections Despite Pandemic
June 24, 2020

Singapore Leader Calls Early Elections Despite Pandemic

By Associated Press
The July 10 polls will likely be the swan song for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong.

Singapore: Election Politics Amid the Pandemic
June 04, 2020

Singapore: Election Politics Amid the Pandemic

By Nigel Li
Singaporeans are unhappy with their government's COVID-19 response, but the opposition may be too fractured to present a viable alternative.
‘Tale of 2 Outbreaks’: Singapore Tackles a Costly Setback
May 12, 2020

‘Tale of 2 Outbreaks’: Singapore Tackles a Costly Setback

By Associated Press
Singapore has treated the recent spike in COVID-19 cases among foreign workers as a separate outbreak.

Singapore COVID–19 Cases Reach Record, Surge Past 8,000
April 21, 2020

Singapore COVID–19 Cases Reach Record, Surge Past 8,000

By Associated Press
Low-wage migrant workers account for more than half of Singapore’s confirmed cases.

The Missing Link in Singapore’s COVID-19 Strategy
April 14, 2020

The Missing Link in Singapore’s COVID-19 Strategy

By Shona Loong
Singapore is held up as a model of pandemic management, but that success doesn't extend to its migrant workers.

Singapore’s Migrant Worker Debate: Advocacy Amid a Pandemic
April 12, 2020

Singapore’s Migrant Worker Debate: Advocacy Amid a Pandemic

By Yong Han Poh
What a migrant worker dormitory debate revealed about the relationship between Singapore’s government, citizens, and NGOs.
Singapore’s COVID-19 General Elections
April 02, 2020

Singapore’s COVID-19 General Elections

By Bilveer Singh
How COVID-19 will influence Singapore’s soon to be held 2020 general elections?

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