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Reflections of a reformed jihadist : the story of Wan Min Wan Mat
On 29 August 2012, a rehabilitated former senior member of the Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) terror network, Wan Min Wan Mat, delivered a lecture to a group of Malaysian counter-terrorism practitioners in which he sketched out the ...
A review of the US-Singapore free trade agreement
(World Scientific, 2011)
Abstract not available.
Effect of subliminal lexical priming on the subjective perception of images : a machine learning approach
The purpose of the study is to examine the effect of subliminal priming in terms of the perception of images influenced by words with positive, negative, and neutral emotional content, through electroencephalograms (EEGs). ...
Political leadership in Singapore : transitional reflections amidst the politics of bifurcation
Singapore’s politics post-2011 is increasingly exhibiting symptoms of a bifurcation into two broad ‘paradigms’. Assuming that the result of the 2011 General Elections, when the ruling People’s Action Party (PAP) garnered ...
Empire forestry and its failure in the Philippines : 1901–1941
From the mid-nineteenth century onwards there developed in the British colonies a distinctive set of forestry practices that came to be described as Empire forestry. These practices grew out of the same milieu as imperialism, ...
Negative online consumer reviews : can the impact be mitigated?
This study proposes that managing the marketing variables of product information, price, promotion and product distribution can mitigate the impact of negative online reviews (NOR). NOR are often inevitable, have a much ...
Familiar strangers and stranger-kings : mobility, diasporas, and the foreign in the eighteenth-century Malay world
Early modern Malay historiography has been dominated by the history of European trading, colonial empires and local port-polities, often framed along indigenous-versus-foreign lines. Yet, mobility has long been a central ...
Voices from the streets : trends in naming practices of Singapore odonymy
Past studies on Singapore toponymy have mainly focused on etymological aspects of individual street names as distinct units, overlooking the relevance of naming practices across different languages. Singapore odonymy is ...
Causation as a factor and goal in typological comparisons
For some time in the field of typology there has been debate about the nature of the categories or concepts used in typological comparison and the difference between these categories or concepts and descriptive categories ...
南宋〈胡笳十八拍〉集句詩之書寫及其歷史意義 = Adaptations for Southern song’s poem “Hu Jia Shi Ba Pai” (“Eighteen Songs of a Nomad’s flute”) and their historical significance