By Gustav Kemper, 21 April 2020
The number of COVID-19 infections is exploding in the Singapore workers’ camps.
By Mike Head, 25 January 2018
The “TPP 11” announcement points to the increasing isolation of the US, and the escalating tensions between the rival capitalist powers.
By Peter Symonds, 9 December 2015
The basing of P8 Poseidon surveillance aircraft in Singapore foreshadows further provocative US activities against China in the South China Sea.
By Nick Beams, 19 June 2015
The US has received a blunt warning about shifting relations in Asia from Singapore’s foreign minister.
By Gustav Kemper, 1 April 2015
The sheer quantity of condolences from heads of states and obituaries in major newspapers was remarkable for a politician who headed a city state with just 5.5 million people.
By Will Morrow, 7 January 2015
The more information that emerges about the crash, the more it becomes clear that it was not an unforeseeable tragedy.
By Will Morrow, 30 December 2014
While there has been no explanation for what caused the plane to crash, aviation experts have focussed on the severe weather conditions.
By James Cogan, 29 December 2014
No wreckage of the aircraft has been found and initial searches have been suspended due to stormy conditions.
By Peter Symonds, 2 June 2014
Hagel’s speech was an open and unequivocal statement that the US intends to maintain its undisputed dominance in Asia.
By Joseph Santolan, 10 December 2013
The immediate cause of Sunday’s riot was the death of Sakthivel Kumarvelu, an Indian migrant construction worker.
By our correspondent, 14 May 2011
Tens of thousands flocked to opposition rallies before the election to express their anger over the PAP’s pro-business policies.