February 23, 2021
Last Week Singapore Released Its 2021 Budget. What’s in It?
By James Guild
In the aftermath of COVID-19, the city-state is characteristically looking to the private sector to get the economy moving again.
January 07, 2021
Singapore Backtracks on COVID-19 Tracking App Privacy Pledge
By Sebastian Strangio
A minister revealed that data gathered by a government contact tracing app could also be used “for the purpose of criminal investigation.”
November 06, 2020
Amid COVID-19, Singapore Safeguards Citizens’ Jobs at the Expense of Foreign Workers
By Mary Manlangit
The pandemic, coupled with rising domestic pressure, has led the Lion City to tighten restrictions on foreign workers.
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.
March 17, 2020
Is Singapore Heading for an Election Amid its Coronavirus Challenge?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
There are growing indications that the country could be the first to hold a general election in the midst of the world’s battle against COVID-19.