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Unaddressed privacy risks in accredited health and wellness apps: a cross-sectional systematic assessment
Poor information privacy practices have been identified in health apps. Medical app accreditation programs offer a mechanism for assuring the quality of apps; however, little is known about their ability to control information ...
Expanding CUES: Singapore's timely proposal
The risks of unintended military confrontations in the South China Sea has increased significantly with Chinese deployment of surface-to-air missiles and the United States’ deployment of an aircraft carrier strike group ...
Transforming the Rice Value Chain : A Whole-of-Society Approach?
The International Rice Congress (IRC) 2018 held in Singapore, 15-17 October 2018, provided new insights and refreshing ideas on how the rice value chain has been transforming. It also underscored the need for a Whole-of-Society ...
Future of Food – Securing the Feeding of Asia: Policy Recalibration Needed
The challenge of having to increase food production by an estimated 50% by the year 2050 is becoming real. Government policies need to be recalibrated if this challenge of feeding many billions of mouths and addressing ...
RSIS Series on Malaysia's 14th General Election - Black Swan, Dark Horse, and Elephant in the Room
As Malaysians prepare to vote in the 14th general election on 9 May 2018, three key features mark the country’s most crucial political struggle in years.
Crowdsourcing Local Attacks: ISIS Expands its Radical Reach
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) has taken to crowdsourcing local attacks to make up for its losses in the Middle East. This has become a major plank of the group’s strategy to expand its radical reach and inflict ...
Singapore General Election 2015: Opposition’s Need to Re-Strategise
The PAP’s nearly 10 percent point increase in popular vote from the 2011 general election is as much a reflection of the electorate’s rousing endorsement of the existing government as it is of the opposition’s continued ...
Pakistan and its militants : who is mainstreaming whom?
Pakistani militants of various stripes collectively won just under ten per cent of the vote in the July 2018 parliamentary elections. Some represented long-standing legal Islamist parties, others newly established groups ...
Examining China’s Assertiveness through the Eyes of Chinese IR Scholars
China‟s assertive diplomacy in recent years has ignited intense debates among International Relations (IR) scholars. Some argue that China‟s assertive behavior is rooted in its perception of increasing power and capabilities. ...
Single-Actor Attacks: Complexities, Challenges and Responses
ISIS’ strategy of claiming responsibility for any terrorist-like attack increases the complexities and challenges of dealing with single-actor (lone-wolf) attacks. Responses at the macro and micro levels will, invariably, ...