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Lee Kuan Yew and Suharto : how mutual trust fostered bilateral ties
The excellent relations between Indonesia and Singapore from the 1970s were fostered by the mutual trust that developed between President Suharto and Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew.
From scarcity to plenty : the geopolitics of a world awash in oil
More sources of supply mean energy prices are likely to stabilise at lower prices than in the last decade. The decline in US dependence on Middle Eastern oil is likely to make the US see instability in the MENA region ...
Challenging Times in Singapore-Indonesia Relations
While the regional tensions caused by the haze pollution from Indonesia seem to be easing off, they are emblematic of the recurring challenges that undergird Singapore’s relations with its neighbours. Issues around bad ...
South China Sea Tensions: Unlikely to Lead to War
Recent naval and land activities in the Spratlys have highlighted growing tensions and the risk of conflict in the South China Sea. However as China and United States seek to manage their differences the escalation of such ...