International relations and foreign policy

  • Tan See Seng, “America the Indispensable Power: Singapore’s Perspective of America as a Security Partner”, Asian Politics & Policy, 8(1): 119-135 (2016)
  • Bilveer Singh, “Youth Self-Radicalisation: Lessons From The Singapore Narrative” in The Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism (SEARCCT) Journal (2013) 
  • Heng Yee-Kuang, “A Global City in an Age of Global Risks: Singapore’s Evolving Discourse on Vulnerability” in Contemporary Southeast Asia, 35(3): 423-446 (2013)
  • L. Jones, ASEAN, Sovereignty and Intervention in Southeast Asia (Palgrave and Macmillan, 2012)
  • Natasha Hamilton-Hart in Hard Interests, Soft Illusions: Southeast Asia and American Power, pp. 16-47 (Cornell University Press, 2012)
  • Andrew T.H. Tan, “Punching Above its Weight: Singapore’s Armed Forces and its Contribution to Foreign Policy”, Defence Studies, 11(4): 672-697  (2011) 
  • Tan See Seng, “America the Indispensable: Singapore’s View of the United States’ Engagement in the Asia-Pacific”, Asian Affairs: An American Review, 38: 156–171 (2011)
  • Natasha Hamilton-Hart, “Indonesia and Singapore: Structure, Politics and Interests”, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 31(2): 249-271 (2009)
  • Lim Tai-Wei, “The Rise of China and India: Geo-political Narratives from the Singapore Perspective”, China: An International Journal, 7(1): 81-104 (2009) 
  • Ang Cheng Guan “Singapore and the Vietnam War”, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 40(2): 353-384 (2009)
  • Lily Zubaidah Rahim, Singapore in the Malay World: Building and Breaching Regional Bridges (Routledge, 2009)
  • Kuik Cheng-Chwee, “The Essence of Hedging: Malaysia and Singapore’s Response to a Rising China”, Contemporary Southeast Asia 30(2): 159-185 (2008)
  • Amitav Acharya, “Singapore and Southeast Asia in a Fast-changing Landscape: Coping with the Rise of China and India” in Singapore’s foreign Policy: The Search for Regional Order, pp. 97-120 (World Scientific, 2008)
  • H.H. Khondker, “Globalization and State Autonomy in Singapore”, Asian Journal of Social Science, 36(1): 35-56 (2008)
  • Amitav Acharya, Singapore’s Foreign Policy: The Search for Regional Order (World Scientific, 2007)
  • Tim Huxley, “Singapore’s Strategic Outlook and Defence Policy” in Joseph Chinyong Liow and Ralf Emmers (eds.), Order and Security in Southeast Asia: Essays in Memory of Michael Leifer (Routledge, 2006)
  • N. Ganesan, Realism and Interdependence in Singapore’s Foreign Policy (Routledge, 2005)
  • Chris Brown with Kirsten Ainley, Understanding International Relations (Palgrave Macmillan, 2005) – For a general introduction to IR theory, see chapters 3 and 4.
  • Khong Yuen Foong, “Coping with Strategic Uncertainty: The Role of Institutions and Soft Balancing in Southeast Asia’s post-Cold War Strategy” in Peter Katzenstein, Allen Carlson, and J. J Suh (eds.), Rethinking Security in East Asia, pp. 172-208 (Stanford University Press, 2004)
  • Tim Huxley, Defending the Lion City: The Armed Forces of Singapore (Allen and Unwin, 2000)  – see in particular Chapters 2 and 9 
  • Michael Leifer, Singapore’s Foreign Policy: Coping with Vulnerability (Routledge, 2000)
  • Khong Yuen Foong, “Singapore: A Time for Political and Economic Engagement” in Alastair lain Johnston and Robert S. Ross (eds.), Engaging China: the Management of an Emerging Power, pp. 109-127 (Routledge, 1999)
  • Alan Chong “Analysing Singapore’s foreign policy in the 1990s and beyond: Limitations of the small state approach” in Asian Journal of Political Science 6(1), 95-119  (1998)
  • Khong Yuen Foong, “Making bricks without straw in the Asia Pacific?”, The Pacific Review 10(2): 289-300 (1997) 
  • Bilveer Singh and Lau T.S. (eds.), Indonesia-Singapore Relations: Problems and Prospects (Singapore Institute of International Affairs, 1991)
  • Chan Heng Chee, Singapore: the Politics of Survival, 1965-1967 (Oxford University Press, 1971)