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Author: SIIA

15 Oct ASEAN ISIS-IIR-Taiwan Dialogue

The SIIA is participating in the ASEAN-ISIS-IIR Taiwan Dialogue, a regular Track II dialogue organised by the ASEAN Institutes of Strategic and International Studies (ASEAN-ISIS) network which the SIIA is a founding member of, and Taiwan's Institute of International Relations (IIR). The ASEAN-Taiwan Dialogue held in...

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12 Oct Driving a future without diesel

Government leaders from more than 60 countries have turned up the heat to combat climate change. The Paris agreement on climate change was concluded last year but will now come into force on Nov 4, making progress more quickly than sceptics thought and environmentalists feared. Singapore...

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08 Oct Struggle to Reassure US and the World

SIIA Chairman Simon Tay spoke to The Straits Times in October on the US Presidential race. His comments and a video clip of the interview were published as an individual feature, and also as part of an article collecting various perspectives from commentators in Singapore....

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04 Oct Media Coverage: Haze Tracker Revamp

The SIIA launched our revamped Haze Tracker website on Monday - www.hazetracker.org - with a new map application featuring up-to-date information of the location of probable fires and current wind direction. The map also shows the location of peatlands and planted areas which users can compare with...

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30 Sep Does Singapore need Global Citizens?

In 1972, Singapore’s then-Minister of Foreign Affairs S.Rajaratnam argued that Singapore should become a Global City. In the years since, Singapore has arguably achieved this vision. But if Singapore is a Global City, are its people now Global Citizens? We held an evening dialogue on the...

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29 Sep 3-on-3 with Steven Rosefielde: Russia and Asia

In July, the SIIA hosted an evening talk on Russia's foreign policy moves and the implications for Asia, featuring views from Professor Steven Rosefielde, Professor of Economics at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and a member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences. In this interview...

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