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SIIA in the News

26 Sep Dialogue on media freedom, OB markers

MEDIA freedom and out-of-bound markers were issues raised last night at a dialogue on Singapore's future as the country turns 50 next year. The dialogue, organised by the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) and attended by about 20 of its members, was on the sort...

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23 Sep Climate Summit 2014: What to Expect

Q: Let's start talking about how likely it is that any kind of global consensus on climate change can actually be reached at this time?  Wilson: Hi, good morning. Yes, thank you for the question. I think what is important to take note is that at...

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17 Sep What’s next for Indonesia after ratification?

Will Indonesia’s ratification of the ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze help our fight against the long-standing public health and environmental crisis? The SIIA deputy director Chua Chin Wei tackled the question in this interview with Lianhe Zaobao. Q: What will the next steps be for Indonesia following...

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17 Sep Legal enforcement still crucial after haze pact ratified

SINGAPORE: Legal experts in Singapore say Indonesia's ratification of the haze pact is a step forward for both Indonesia and ASEAN, but it is the implementation on the ground that will determine if the agreement has teeth. Indonesia's Parliament on Tuesday (16 Sep) voted to ratify...

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01 Sep Indonesia finally ratifies 2002 haze pact

SINGAPORE — Twelve years after signing the regional haze pact, Indonesia’s Parliament gave its unanimous approval yesterday to ratify the pact, offering a glimmer of hope that more would be done to ensure fewer haze episodes for Singapore and other neighbouring countries. In doing so, Indonesia...

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01 Sep Getting too close to China isn’t smart, says Tay

COUNTRIES IN Asean, including Thailand, should not seek to choose between the majors powers or to be neutral, but should be close to both the United States and China, a Singaporean academic said yesterday. "I don't think it's in Thailand's interests to be too close to...

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29 Aug International panel submits report on transboundary haze

An international panel set up by the Singapore government in March to study transboundary pollution issues, including the haze, has submitted its report. The panel was co-chaired by Professor S Jayakumar, former Singapore deputy prime minister, and Professor Tommy Koh,  Singapore’s Ambassador-at-Large. It also consulted law...

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