Singaporean leaders tend to be blunt when it comes to Chinese affairs. The ongoing turmoil in Hong Kong is no exception.
While the People’s Action Party (PAP), which has governed since independence, can orchestrate a smooth power transition domestically, the next prime minister faces a turbulent external security environment resulting from unpredictable leadership in other areas of the world.
PM Hun Sen and his Singaporean counterpart agree “not to scratch old wounds”.
Cambodian and Singaporean officials hold a closed-door meeting, one month after tensions flared.
Cambodian and Singaporean officials address Lee Hsien Loong statements.
Cambodia’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MFAIC) Prak Sokhonn and his Singaporean counterpart, Vivian Balakrishnan, Minister of Foreign Affairs have had a telephone conversation on Friday afternoon amidst controversy…
Singapore affirms it had no sympathy for the Khmer Rouge.
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has expressed his ‘regret’ over the comment made by his Singaporean counterpart
Vietnam says that Mr Lee’s comments “did not objectively reflect the historical truth”.
Tea Banh lashes out at Singaporean PM over the Vietnamese intervention.
Tea Banh and a CPP lawmaker have lashed out at Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong for accusing the Vietnamese troops of invading Cambodia
To put the fact straight, not only that Singapore has never denounced auto-genocide conducted by the Pol Pot regime, Singapore even recognised the rogue state and killing machine and provided military assistance.
Singapore’s newly-appointed deputy prime minister hinted at a future leadership role.
But the Singapore we know today didn’t happen overnight. In fact, like all other countries, this progressive island state has a storied history worth telling.
Although the global and regional environments are getting more complex and uncertain, Asean remains a relevant regional actor to shape regional order through Asean-centric multilateral systems.
The 21st Asean+3 Summit calls for collective efforts to tackle common challenges.
State-actors are likely behind Singapore’s biggest ever cyber attack to date.
While a ‘people’s tsunami’ is not expected in Singapore, changes in Malaysia, however, could also lead to awkward questions for Singapore, argues Kirsten Han.
Recent initiatives by China and India to gain influence in Southeast Asia, alongside radical departures from past precedent in US approaches to foreign policy, are pulling Asean members in disparate directions – much to the chagrin of current Asean chair Singapore, writes Ja Ian Chong.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong reshuffles his cabinet.
Family of former Singapore PM to settle a row over their late father’s house privately.
Singapore’s prime minister said he wanted to avoid suing his brother and sister for defamation.