Faculty Publication Database

Listing of faculty publications on Singapore with available abstracts and links

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    Religion, Multiculturalism and Managing Diversity in Singapore
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    Religion, Public Policy and Social Transformation in Southeast Asia – Managing Religious Diversity, Vol. 1, pp. 27-42. Geneva: Globethics.net Focus, 2016.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Edition, 2015.
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    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Strategic and International Studies, 1990.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Petaling Jaya: Pelanduk Publications, 1992.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore: Singapore Institute of International Affairs, 1995.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Strategic and International Studies, 1990.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Singapore’s Defence Industries
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    Canberra: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1990.
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    Politics and Governance in Singapore: An Introduction, Singapore: McGrawHill Education, 2007, Print
    [ This is a book on how to unravel the workings of Singapore politics. ]
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 9.
    The Vulnerability of Small States Revisited: A Study of Singapore's Post Cold War Foreign Policy, Jogjakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, 1999, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “The Military and Small States: The Role of Hard Power in Singapore’s Domestic and Foreign Policy”
    6th Pan-European International Relations Conference, presented at Turin University, Turin, Italy NA, 12-15 Sep 2007
    [ Invited paper ]
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “The Five Power Defence Arrangement: Is It Still Relevant?”
    7th Malaysia-Singapore Forum, presented on 30 Nov-2 Dec 1998
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “The Evolution of Singapore’s Soviet Policy”
    Asian Affairs, 4.2 (1982): 149-176, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 13.
    “The Development of Moscow-Hanoi Relations Since the Vietnam War: The View From Singapore”
    The Strategeic and Defence Studies Centre, Working Paper No. 54, United States, 1982, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “The Challenge of Teaching Political Science in Singapore: A Case Study of the Module on Government and Politics of Singapore”
    The International Journal of Learning, 14 (2007): 216-224, Print
    [ The article analyses the teaching of Political Science in Singapore in the context of a large, multi-varied class ]
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 15.
    “The 1984 Singapore Defence Debate”
    Defence Force Journal, 51 (1985): 5-7, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “The 1988 Singapore General Elections: Another Resounding Mandate for the PAP”
    Asian Defence Journal, 10 (1988): 27-29, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “Teaching Political Science in Singapore: A Case Study of the Module on Government and Politics of Singapore”
    14th International Conference on Learning, presented at University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 25-29 Jun 2007
    [ The paper analyses the challenges of teaching Political Science in Singapore, especially with regard to the module on Government and Politics of Singapore. ]
    Faculty Department : Political Science
  • 18.
    “Singapore’s Two-Key Approach to Democratic Safeguards”
    Parliamentarian, 70.2 (1989): 85-87, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “Singapore’s Policy toward Islamic Militant Groups”
    Militant Islamic Movements in Indonesia and South-East Asia, Eds. S. Yunanto, et al., Jakarta: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung; Ridep Institute, 2003, 203-222, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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    “Singapore’s Key Domestic Goals and Aspirations for 1990s: Convergences and Divergences”
    Southeast Asia-The Way Forward, Eds. R. Mahmood and T. Ramnath, Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Strategic and International Studies, 1993, 59-73, Print
    Faculty Department : Political Science
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