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Evolving Nature of Cyber Conflict
The understanding of the nature of cyber conflict is evolving and expanding, even as Singapore recognises the threat of deliberate online falsehoods. States need to develop holistic responses to keep up with these changes, ...
Telemedicine: Modern Marvel or Technological Disaster?
Telemedicine is transforming the healthcare landscape. It holds enormous promise but at the same time, also raises a host of questions. A robust understanding of its limitations and even potential dangers is necessary as ...
Trump-Kim Summit : The Failure of American Leadership?
The impact of the Trump-Kim summit on American leadership in Northeast/East Asia is, at best, mixed. While the summit may have strengthened America’s leverage in the Korean Peninsula, it failed to reassure its Northeast ...
SingHealth Cyber Attack : Learning from COI Findings
How do we protect our critical information infrastructure from evolving threats? What steps do we need to take to prepare for future adversaries who are continually refining their methods? How can these steps be applied ...
WTO’s Potential Game-Changer : Global e-Commerce Rules?
The recently launched WTO negotiations on e-commerce seeks to establish a new rulebook for e-commerce trade, and could be a potential game-changer for the global economy.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution : An Orwellian Nightmare ?
Recent development in technology may turn our reality into a dystopian Orwellian nightmare - should we worry about it?
A Political Economy Analysis Of The Southeast Asian Haze and Some Solutions
This paper studies the political economy of the Southeast Asian haze and discusses the obstacles that, unless overcome, could prevent a permanent and effective solution to this transboundary pollution problem, which ...
Trump-Kim Summit : A Tale of Two Endings
The Trump-Kim Summit in Singapore both raised high hopes amongst public opinion as well provided familiar fodder for critics of Trump’s foreign policy. The Summit should be regarded as a proverbial fork in the foggy road ...
Can Governments Stop Fake News?
Many governments are planning new laws and penalties to stop the spread of fake news. But they will have limited success because the new gatekeepers of information want freedom and autonomy to decide what they read and broadcast.
Elections Integrity in Fake News Era : Who Protects, and How?
How are disinformation and fake news threats evolving? What are the key pressure points in democratic societies and what can be done to protect against these threats? How should responsibility by apportioned?