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Domestic policy challenges for Singapore in an uncertain external environment

Domestic policy challenges for Singapore in an uncertain external environment

In 2019, Singapore witnessed a new team of ministers — the fourth generation since political independence in 1965 — actively participate in policymaking and implementation. The People’s Action Party’s (PAP) approach to political transition ensures a seasoned new team governs the country. The team must tackle a myriad... 

Electoral reform promises to change Malaysian politics

Electoral reform promises to change Malaysian politics

The victory of the Pakatan Harapan coalition in last year’s Malaysian general elections — the country’s first-ever change of government via an electoral process — raised widespread expectations for long-suppressed reform. One area in particular need of attention is the electoral process itself. It is widely accepted... 

Forced Conversion that Violates Human Rights Becomes an International Problem

Forced Conversion that Violates Human Rights Becomes an International Problem

On 19 November, Center for Studies on New Religions (CESNUR) from Italy and Human Rights Without Frontiers (HRWF) from Belgium hosted a seminar on human rights entitled “Intolerance and Discrimination Against New Religious Movements: An International Problem”. This seminar, held in Seoul, South Korea, was devoted to the... 



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