Tried and tested containment methods are failing against new COVID variants in Southeast Asia. It’s time for ASEAN to step in and overhaul the regional response.
ASEAN represents one of the most dynamic and fastest-growing economic blocs in the world. What can we expect in 2021?
Singapore has always followed the middle path in its US and China relations, but with the advent of a new Cold War-esque bipolarity, that path is rapidly narrowing.
Digitization is the path through which ASEAN economies can realize their considerable economic potential.
With new centers cropping up throughout the developing world, big changes are afoot for the international commercial arbitration sector.
Don’t expect this Belt and Road port to unseat Singapore as Southeast Asia’s premier transportation hub anytime soon.
Linking ASEAN states together with a regional rail network is an old idea that has received new impetus with China’s One Belt One Road Initiative (OBOR).
This backgrounder recounts the latest progress by ASEAN on the South China Sea dispute, and explores why consensus has been so elusive for the regional grouping.
Though the city-state has not suffered a terrorist attack since the mid-1990s, there are several signs that the threat of terrorism is growing in Singapore.
A brief overview of the historical, political, demographic, and economic issues facing the Lion City.