Singapore

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Lee’s Shadow Fades From Singapore

Two events on Oct. 1 signify that the era of Lee Kuan Yew and the Lee family itself are beginning to fade from Singapore, six months after he died on March 23. The two events are leadership transitions in the... Read More...
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Singapore’s PAP Surprises Itself

The surprisingly decisive People’s Action Party win in the Singapore election says much about Singaporean society as it enters an era with possibly new and bigger challenges than those faced in recent years. T... Read More...
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Politics, not Elections, will Change Singapore

On August 25, Singapore’s President Tony Tan officially dissolved the parliament, triggering early elections. While these elections, by law, could have waited until January 2017, 2015 is particularly advantageo... Read More...
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New Singapore, Old Tactics?

Opposition politicians have made gains in Singapore as the late Lee Kuan Yew’s influence has waned but one of the few elected leaders from outside the ruling party is finding it tough to battle through the pa... Read More...