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Singapore Is in Perfect Position to Court AI Companies From China

Singapore Is in Perfect Position to Court AI Companies From China

By Grace Shao
With China facing advanced chip and equipment bans from the United States, Singapore is an increasingly attractive place for Asia-based talent to set up AI companies.

Severe Turbulence over Myanmar

Severe Turbulence over Myanmar

By Sribala Subramanian
Could the pilots of Singapore Airlines Flight SQ321 have bypassed a thunderstorm? 
End of An Era in Singapore as PM Lee Prepares to Hand Over Power

End of An Era in Singapore as PM Lee Prepares to Hand Over Power

By Sebastian Strangio
Tomorrow, Lawrence Wong will become the city-state's fourth prime minister. He faces a host of challenges on both the domestic and international fronts.

Amazon Web Services Announces $9 Billion Cloud Investment in Singapore

Amazon Web Services Announces $9 Billion Cloud Investment in Singapore

By Sebastian Strangio
The investment will augment Amazon's cloud infrastructure in Singapore, and reinforce the city-state’s status as one of the world’s major data hubs.

Lee and Jokowi Pledge Continuity at Final Leaders’ Summit

Lee and Jokowi Pledge Continuity at Final Leaders’ Summit

By Sebastian Strangio
For the first time, the Singaporean and Indonesian leaders attended the Leaders' Retreat along with their successors.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Singapore’s Foreign Workforce

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Singapore’s Foreign Workforce

By Tappy Lung
Without careful regulations, AI will widen the already significant divide between Singaporean workers and the country's large population of migrant laborers.

Who Is Lawrence Wong, Singapore’s Next Prime Minister?

Who Is Lawrence Wong, Singapore’s Next Prime Minister?

By Sebastian Strangio
The deputy prime minister will take over from Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong next month.
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to Step Down on May 15

Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong to Step Down on May 15

By Associated Press
Lee will hand power to his deputy, Lawrence Wong, in a long-planned transition.

Is Singapore Doing Enough to Safeguard Itself Against Cybersecurity Attacks and Scams?

Is Singapore Doing Enough to Safeguard Itself Against Cybersecurity Attacks and Scams?

By Ronald Lee and Edmund Lim
Despite its efforts so far, there is more that the city-state can be doing to plug the gaps in its cyber-defenses.

Does a Ship’s Flag Matter?

Does a Ship’s Flag Matter?

By Aisyah Llewellyn
The container ship that collided with the Francis Scott Key Bridge flew a Singaporean flag, but this is unlikely to play much of a role in the complex legal case to come.

Is Singapore Unfriending Israel?

Is Singapore Unfriending Israel?

By Sribala Subramanian
The city-state recently denounced a Facebook post from the Israeli embassy as “unacceptable."
Singapore’s Race to Self-sufficiency in Malaysia Water Clash

Singapore’s Race to Self-sufficiency in Malaysia Water Clash

By TamilSalvi Mari
Building tensions between Singapore and Malaysia over a water agreement are setting the two on a collision course over scarcity and sustainability.

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