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Nicholas Fang, Executive Director of SIIA

Nicholas Fang moderating the panel on "The TPP and the Future of Trade" at the 9th ASEAN & Asia Forum (2016)

Nicholas Fang joined the Singapore Institute of International Affairs in 2010 and is currently executive director of the institute.

Nicholas started his career as a journalist, and spent nine years at The Straits Times. He then spent two years as business desk editor at Channel NewsAsia and is currently supervising editor of Singapore news at Mediacorp.

He was appointed Nominated Member of Parliament in February 2012. He currently sits on the boards of Mercy Relief, and  Social Innovation Park. He is also a member of the advisory committee of the national youth volunteerism institution Youth Corps Singapore. He was also Team Singapore’s Chef de Mission at the 2015 South-east Asian Games hosted in Singapore.

He founded Black Dot Pte Ltd, a strategic consultancy that offers public relations, media, sponsorship and marketing consultancy services focusing on the sports sector to help develop the sporting industry and talents in Singapore and the region.

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Singapore Institute of International Affairs

Welcome news, and momentum to keep driving on.

The Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA) has been ranked among the top Asian think tanks for the fifth year running. The 2016 Global Go To Think Tank Index by the University of ... See more

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3 months ago
Vehicle carbon emissions scheme under review

Holistic approach needed to find the cleanest option for our air.

http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/transport/vehicle-carbon-emissions-scheme-under-review

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Cars are likely to have to be far cleaner than they are today to qualify for green incentives.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

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3 months ago
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The regional threat of terrorism persists, and will require a united ASEAN to counter and maintain peace and stability.

An #IslamicState cell is using the eastern Malaysian state as a transit point whereby militants from the region get to Marawi City, which is the stronghold of Philippine militant group Abu Sayyf ... See more

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3 months ago
Detained Terrexes to return to Singapore: MFA

Glad to see that good sense and international law prevailed. The results of the investigation by HKSAR will reveal the details of this incident, but it's heartening to note that sovereign immunity ... See more

The nine Terrex Infantry Carrier Vehicles had been detained in Hong Kong since last November.

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U.S. Embassy Singapore

#ASEAN remains a crucial market in today's world. Happy 50th Birthday!

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In releasing Asia-Pacific security White Paper, Beijing sounds warning to small countries to avoid taking sides

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#staythecourse #diplomacy ... See more

BEIJING — China has pledged to take on greater responsibility for regional and global security including increasing its military might, with a warning to small and medium countries in the region to ... See more

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4 months ago
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#security remains a constant challenge in the region. Here's wishing everyone a happy and safe festive season. #oneteamonefight

More than 150,000 security personnel are expected to be deployed at various churches, entertainment venues and public gatherings for the Christmas and New Year celebrations.

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The need for a strong and coordinated security and intelligence capability has never been more crucial than in today's environment.

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A difficult issue to tackle.

"We believe that the (#Rohingya) situation is now of a regional concern and should be resolved together," says Malaysia's Foreign Minister.

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The growing regional security threat highlights the need for deeper and closer collaboration among partners and neighbours.

As of today, 7 people have been arrested for allegedly plotting to attack Indonesia's presidential palace last Sunday.

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