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When Tradewinds Get Rough
The new Dean of NUS Business School Professor Andrew K Rose takes a look at the thinking behind policies that has drawn the world to the brink of a global trade war.
Post-COVID-19, how will we be Better?
Professor Danny Quah looks at the hard truths that confront us in a world changed by the pandemic, and how we need to alter the way we think, work and live to navigate these new realities.
Can We Benefit from Bipolarity?
Caught between the superpowers that are China and the United States, Southeast Asian countries may feel the pressure to choose sides. What then, is a prudent course to take?
The Art and Science of Cybersecurity
As IT threats become more prevalent, increasingly sophisticated strategies
are needed to deal with them. NUS Chief Information Technology Officer Mr Tommy Hor examines these threats and shares how the University is countering them.
The Road from Wastefulness to Zero Waste
Just what is required of us in the bid to reduce our carbon footprint, so as to ensure a sustainable future? Mr Bu Fan (Design and Environment ’07) looks at how far we still have to go in order to make this a reality.
Strategy, Dollars and Sense
NUS Deputy President (Administration and Finance) Mr John Wilton weighs in on why financial sustainability matters if universities hope to evolve — or even survive — in the long run.
Slaying the Black Swan, SG Style
The SGSecure national movement is Singapore’s community response to the threat of terror. It aims to sensitise, train, and mobilise our community to prevent and deal with a terror attack.
ASEAN Connectivity: From Rhetoric to Reality
Just what would it truly take to bring the region together? Malaysian academic and policymaker Dr Rebecca Fatima Sta Maria weighs in on the debate.
The Singapore Paradox: Going Forward and Standing Still - All at Once
The nation has seen five decades of progress, but we are not where we ought to be when it comes to social responsibility, says Professor Kishore Mahbubani (Arts and Social Sciences '71).
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