Thought Leadership

Some of the world’s leaders, and leading thinkers from NUS and overseas, regularly gather and add to the rich diversity of thoughts and ideas on our campuses, in Singapore and across the globe.
Here’s what they had to share.

The Domestic Implications of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor for Pakistan

Speaker: Professor Adeney Katharine, University of Nottingham24 Jan 2019

Professor Katharine Adeney, Director of the University of Nottingham Asia Research Institute, shared her views on the domestic implications of China’s investment in the country and assesses whether election of Imran Khan as Pakistan’s Prime Minister would be able to maintain the ‘all-weather’ friendship with the Chinese government, given his previous concerns about the uneven implementation of Chinese projects in Pakistan.

Seeking a better urban future

Seeking a better urban future

Speaker: Dr Cheong Koon Hean, the Institute of Policy Studies' 5th S R Nathan Fellow, CEO of the Housing and Development Board06 Dec 2018
AI Super Powers: China, Silicon Valley and the New World Order

AI Super Powers: China, Silicon Valley and the New World Order

Speaker: Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, Senior Minister of State, Chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures, Former President of Google China22 Nov 2018
Circulations, Connections & Networks: Early Globalisation & Cosmopolitan Singapore

Circulations, Connections & Networks: Early Globalisation & Cosmopolitan Singapore

Speakers: Professor Tan Tai Yong, President and Professor of Humanities (History) 31 Oct 2018
Switzerland in Asia: Burgeoning Links with South Asia and ASEAN 

Switzerland in Asia: Burgeoning Links with South Asia and ASEAN 

Speaker: Ambassador Fabrice Filliez, Ambassador of Switzerland to the Republic of Singapore and Brunei30 Oct 2018