Cherian George on Singapore’s Political Evolution
By Sebastian Strangio
"The main reason why leaders won’t reform the system is probably that they find the current situation far too comfortable."
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?
By Keiren Goh
The PAP’s victory is a foregone conclusion, but don’t sleep on the changes remaking the opposition.
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.
Does Singapore’s Next Election Matter?
By Kirsten Han
The eventual election may bring some excitement, yet it’s unlikely that the result will bring much change.
The Future of Singapore’s Politics in Focus Amid Election Speculation
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Developments in the country’s politics have come under greater scrutiny ahead of the next polls.
Singapore’s New Political Reforms: What You Need to Know
By Mong Palatino
The city-state premier has proposed key changes to the electoral system.
Singapore Wants to Tweak Its Political System
By Rui Hao Puah
Premier announces changes aimed at making politics more open and accountable.
No Easy Win for Singapore’s PAP
By James Chin
All signs are pointing to a tough election for Singapore’s ruling People’s Action Party.