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Forging Cohesive Societies – Singapore’s Multiracialism : A Matter of Identity
Singapore’s commitment to multiracialism and inter-faith harmony is not just about keeping the peace but about its identity as a nation. It has achieved much over the last 50 years but serious challenges remain. The speed ...
Defending Forward : Pre-emption in the Internet of Things
America’s recent shift from “active defence” to “defending forward” in cyberspace has left some observers nervous. As the attack surface of the Internet rapidly expands, however, a strategy focused solely on defence will ...
US Watch-List For ‘Currency Manipulation’ : What Is It?
The US watch-list for ‘currency manipulation’ seems to be part of a puzzling move in the trade war against China. The problem is the mess of contradictions and hypocrisy it has raked up and Singapore is hit by the broad ...
Returning Indonesian IS Women and Children : What’s Next?
Indonesian police has estimated that 104 Indonesian women and 99 children who left for Syria to join the Islamic State (IS) were still alive in 2017. With the loss of IS’ territories in Syria, currently at least 88 ...
Forging Cohesive Societies – Living With Religious Diversity
There are growing instances of religions being exploited for political ends, resulting in conflict and violence worldwide. As a country where people of different religious beliefs share the same living space, what more can ...