People's Action Party


What Does Data Tell Us About Singapore’s General Elections?

Roy Ngerng

Singapore's ruling People's Action Party has received one its weakest mandates ever. What does this mean for the opposition?


OPINION: On the Distorted Logic of Ministerial Salaries in Singapore 

Roy Ngerng

Singapore's prime minister arguably has less to deal with than his fellow national and municipal leaders, so why is he paid such astounding sums?


OPINION: Why I Oppose Singapore Hosting the Trump-Kim Summit


Singapore is achieving a diplomatic coup that the PAP's rule does not deserve.


OPINION: Singapore Must Accept Protest to Emulate Malaysian Tsunami

Chee Soon Juan

It has taken Malaysia decades of civil and political struggle to achieve democratic regime change.


Lee Kuan Yew's Legacy: Managing Succession in Singapore

Cherian George

Lee Kuan Yew's legacy pervades Singapore's politics and the minds of its citizens long after his death.


Stubbornly Separate: A Symbol of Defiance in Singapore

Melvin Wah

The Potong Pasir estate has long looked, felt, and behaved differently from other parts of Singapore. Melvin Wah takes a look at the history of this unusual area and why it stands apart in Singaporean society and politics.


What Singapore Can Teach the World about Xenophobic Nationalism

Tim Huxley

Effective and responsive governance may in the right circumstances undermine the appeal of narrow-minded populism.


Singapore's PAP Spends 2016 on the Defensive

Michael D. Barr

After a year of vacated leadership and defensiveness, interesting times for Singapore lie ahead.

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