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Governmental Exceptionalism: Is There A Moral High Ground?

Governmental Exceptionalism: Is There A Moral High Ground?

It’s true that 35% or 40% of the population will always fall for authoritarians, patriarchs and tribalism, but the majority of people reject authoritarianism and all the historical wretchedness that comes with it. Intimidation through intrusion is more typically how authoritarian governments control people. What I see... 

Politicians should take the lead and stop giving lip service to a serious problem concerning Singaporean jobs and their livelihoods

Politicians should take the lead and stop giving lip service to a serious problem concerning Singaporean jobs and their livelihoods

The Straits Times article  “CECA is not a four-letter word” (18 Jul 2021) by Senior Political Correspondent Ms Grace Ho is a great display of allegiance to the government’s standard narrative on the wonders of FTAs in expanding Singapore’s economic space and creating good jobs for Singaporeans. Her article wasn’t... 

Why Is Temasek So Massively Overexposed to Chinese Regulatory and Market Risk?

Why Is Temasek So Massively Overexposed to Chinese Regulatory and Market Risk?

The last few days have seen a savage sell-off in Chinese tech stocks that has wiped hundreds of billions of dollars off their market capitalisation. The Hang Seng Technology Index has fallen some 24% since the date of Temasek’s year end valuation and by 43% from its peak. While there is no transparent market in pre-IPO and... 



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