A New Age of Inequality?

Many political analysts and observers were left scrambling and utterly bemused when Brexit happened. The same rounds of head scratching were induced when President Donald Trump pulled off an unlikely victory in the 2016 Presidential polls against the overwhelming favourite,... more »

Asean should be a better EU

IN the waning years of the Cold War, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) was widely regarded as the world’s most successful third world regional bloc and a role model for greater cooperation. However, the last two decades have... more »

Chinese New Year Reflections

THE Lunar New Year is one of the highlights of the global calendar. It is a ubiquitous annual festival that can be found wherever substantial populations of East Asians reside. In actuality, the East Asian Lunar New Year is an... more »

Crowdsourcing education

WITH the advent of social media and the evolution of the Internet into the lifeblood of modern society, the world has never been more connected and accessible. Through Twitter and LinkedIn, we are directly ‘connected’ to celebrities and leaders who... more »

Closing the communication gap

IF 2016 taught us anything at all, it’s that trust levels of people around the world towards their governments are at an all-time low. The respective triumphs of Donald Trump, Brexit, and Rodrigo Duterte are no doubt multifactorial. However, these... more »

Christmas: A new Hope

DECEMBER and the following January have always been special to me as I would receive presents twice in quick succession! I was born lucky as my birthday fell 10 days after Christmas, and grew up expecting gifts during those two... more »
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