A vocabulary of our own


Academic Views

Nazry Bahrawi, senior lecturer of world and comparative literature at Singapore University of Technology and Design, and member of the international advisory board of Critical Muslim, a UK-based quarterly of global Muslim cultures, argues for blending global and organic vocabularies to tackle issues of race and religion in Singapore. Singapore prides itself on being a […]

July 20, 2020

Security and independence are basic needs


Academic Views, Coronavirus, GE2020

Teo You Yenn, Ng Kok Hoe, Neo Yu Wei, Ad Maulod and Stephanie Chok of the Minimum Income Standard research team suggest that security and independence need to be centred in the ongoing public conversation—boosted by the General Election—about basic needs. Political parties contesting in the 2020 General Election have pledged to address inequality and […]

July 1, 2020

Special Topics: Elections


Special Topics

This collection of book chapters and journal articles from the archives was compiled prior to the 2020 General Election. All are available for free download courtesy of the authors and publishers. RULING PARTY DYNAMICS Democratic backsliding since GE2015 – Walid Jumblatt Abdullah | After GE2015, the PAP reverted to its familiar authoritarian stratagem. This was […]

July 1, 2020