As the SIIA celebrates its 50th anniversary, it aims to develop thinking and the sharing of perspectives about changes that will be key to considering Singapore’s potential roles and challenges in the next 50 years, in the context of Asia and the world.
In March 2012, the SIIA hosted a roundtable with Helen Clark, United Nations Development Programme Administrator, which brought young activists, social entrepreneurs and academics together to talk about current issues affecting Singaporeans. As part of its new move to the Atrium, the SIIA hopes to continue to grow its strong links and partnerships with civil society organisations in Singapore.
Britain has spoken. Now what? SIIA Senior Fellow Yeo Lay Hwee takes a look at what the British decision to leave the EU really means.
SIIA Chairman Simon Tay looks at the ASEAN-China meeting where an ASEAN statement touching on the South China Sea was issued then retracted.
In TODAY and the Japan Times, SIIA Chairman Simon Tay and Deputy Director Cheryl Tan examine Tsai's goal to restart engagement with South-east Asia
The arrest of eight Bangladeshis may show gaps in Singapore’s anti-terror strategy, says SIIA Executive Director Nicholas Fang in TODAY.