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2021/05/20 | Roy Ngerng

Singapore’s Government Is Not ‘Pro-Worker.’ These Charts Show How.

Singapore is not pro-worker. If anything, it is pro-GIC and pro-Temasek Holdings, and it is pro-ministers – while workers are left to languish.

2021/06/30 | Kirsten Han

Can We Expect More From Singapore’s PAP on Race?

Citizens shouldn’t be measuring our political leaders against the lowered standards that they’ve set for themselves. We should be holding them to the standards of justice and equality.

2015/09/03 | 關鍵評論網 ASEAN:馬六甲

Intense Election in Singapore Kicks Off

In past parliamentary elections, opposition parties have not been able to participate due to insufficient number of members and has led to the PAP winning in some constituencies because of the absence of opponents. But in the election this year, the PAP will face challenges from either oppositions parties or non-party candidates.

2017/06/15 | Kirsten Han

Is the First Family Finally Waking from Singapore’s Orwellian Nightmare?

Lee Hsien Loong has continued to erode civil liberties on the island. Like his father, he’s sued political opponents, journalists and dissidents. Are his siblings starting to wake up?

2017/12/11 | Cherian George

Lee Kuan Yew's Legacy: Managing Succession in Singapore

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

2018/02/13 | Cherian George

Making a Success of Succession in Singapore

This is the first time in the republic’s history that there is a genuine and potentially far-reaching choice of leader, which makes it a shame that Tharman Shanmugaratnam appears to be out of the game.