February 06, 2020
The Singapore Model: Advocacy in an Authoritarian State
By Low Minmin
Singapore has a class of activists who have found ways to advocate within boundaries and avoid punishments.
January 25, 2020
How Is Singapore Preparing for Climate Change?
By Adam Kiedrowski
Singapore can present itself as a model for concentrated efforts to thwart the effects of climate change in Asia.
January 13, 2020
Explaining Singapore’s Interest in the F-35B
By Robert Farley
How significant will the addition of the F-35B to the Republic of Singapore Air Force's inventory be?
January 10, 2020
US State Department Approves F-35B Sale to Singapore
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Singapore is slated to procure 12 new F-35B Joint Strike Fighters for its air force.
October 04, 2019
US and Singapore Navies Sink Target Ship: Why It Matters
By Steven Stashwick
Exercise Pacific Griffin 2019 featured LCS firing new anti-ship missile.
September 25, 2019
The Significance of the US-Singapore Basing Access Agreement’s Renewal
By Ankit Panda
Is Singapore still all-in on the United States as its primary security partner?
June 14, 2018
Singapore’s Granite Island
By Peter Ford
History and nature are both safeguarded in one of the city-state's rare green spaces.
May 04, 2018
Winning Hearts on China’s Belt and Road
By Gatra Priyandita and Trissia Wijaya
Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative needs to win hearts, not just projects, in Southeast Asia.
November 15, 2016
'Apprentice': Filmmaker Explores Capital Punishment in Singapore
By Vishal Arora
Boo Junfeng discusses his latest film, which takes on the issue of capital punishment in Singapore, in an exclusive interview.
July 13, 2016
Maid in Singapore
By Ana Salvá
Conditions for domestic workers in Singapore are improving, but many still face abuse and exploitation.
March 03, 2016
Do Singaporeans Really Vote Along Racial Lines?
By Michael Y.P. Ang
How did Lee Kuan Yew arrive at his conclusion that voter bias existed in the Republic?
September 30, 2015
Singapore’s Surprisingly Predictable Election Result
By Asit K. Biswas and Cecilia Tortajada
Most analysts were surprised that the ruling PAP did so well. They shouldn’t have been.