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Why Singapore Has Chosen to Impose Sanctions on Russia
March 09, 2022

Why Singapore Has Chosen to Impose Sanctions on Russia

By Xirui Li
Singapore's stance reflects its own perception of vulnerability and its concern for the fate of the world's small states.
Singapore’s PAP: The Politics of Dominance
March 03, 2022

Singapore’s PAP: The Politics of Dominance

By Shashi Jayakumar
What factors best explain the remarkable longevity of the People's Action Party?

Singapore Announces Sanctions on Russia Over Ukraine Invasion
March 01, 2022

Singapore Announces Sanctions on Russia Over Ukraine Invasion

By Sebastian Strangio
The city-state will impose export controls on items with a military use, and block certain financial transactions with Russian banks.

Evaluating Strategies to Address Online Radicalization in Singapore
January 18, 2022

Evaluating Strategies to Address Online Radicalization in Singapore

By Mohamed Bin Ali
The internet has developed into an easily accessible “open university” for hate speech and propaganda.

How Indonesia and Singapore Can Deepen Their Renewable Energy Cooperation
December 03, 2021

How Indonesia and Singapore Can Deepen Their Renewable Energy Cooperation

By Dedi Dinarto and Gerardus Yosari
In many ways, the two nations are natural partners in the development of green energy sources.
Despite Variants, Singapore’s COVID-19 Strategy on Track
December 01, 2021

Despite Variants, Singapore’s COVID-19 Strategy on Track

By David Rising and Annabelle Liang
Singapore was able to succeed in getting most of its population vaccinated by ensuring there were few barriers to getting the shot and increasing difficulties for the unvaccinated.

Joyful Reunions as Malaysia-Singapore Land Border Reopens
November 29, 2021

Joyful Reunions as Malaysia-Singapore Land Border Reopens

By Syawalludin Zain
The Causeway Bridge between Singapore and Malaysia was one of the world's busiest land borders before the pandemic struck. 
Singapore Urged Not to Hang Disabled Malaysian in Drug Case
November 06, 2021

Singapore Urged Not to Hang Disabled Malaysian in Drug Case

By Eileen Ng
Nagaenthran K. Dharmalingam has been on death row since 2010 for drug smuggling. Activists say his execution would be “incredibly excessive.”

A Facade of Progress: Singapore’s Response to Climate Change
October 27, 2021

A Facade of Progress: Singapore’s Response to Climate Change

By Maggie Allegar
The Singaporean government has so far prioritized economic interests over environmental sustainability.

Biden’s Nominee for Singapore Ambassador Pledges to Bolster Economic, Security Ties
October 22, 2021

Biden’s Nominee for Singapore Ambassador Pledges to Bolster Economic, Security Ties

By Sebastian Strangio
However, tech entrepreneur Jonathan Kaplan's promise to raise press freedom concerns is likely to get a chilly reception.

Singapore and the Philippines: From Zero-COVID-19 to Living With COVID-19
October 14, 2021

Singapore and the Philippines: From Zero-COVID-19 to Living With COVID-19

By Kenneth Y. Hartigan-Go and Ronald U. Mendoza
Though at opposite ends of the spectrum in their COVID-19 performances, both countries are feeling pressure to find a way to live with the virus.
AUKUS: Impact on Indo-Pacific Security Dynamics
October 07, 2021

AUKUS: Impact on Indo-Pacific Security Dynamics

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Collin Koh Swee Lean.

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