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  • Singapore-Malaysia Relations under Abdullah Badawiby Saw Swee-Hock; K Kesavapany

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2006; US$ 32.90

    This book, a project of the ISEAS Malaysia Study Programme, documents the series of important events that have contributed to the warmer relations presently enjoyed by Singapore and Malaysia under Abdullah Badawi. The eight chapters cover background, solving bilateral ties, intensifying official visits, developing people-to-people contacts, deepening... more...

  • Singaporeby Edwin Lee Siew Cheng

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2008; US$ 74.90

    This book deals with Singapore's transition from a British Crown Colony to a state in the Federation of Malaysia, and expulsion from the Federation to become a separate independent nation. For the leaders of Singapore's PAP Government, Malaysia was a traumatic experience. Yet, but for it, they might never have found the resolve and the secret... more...

  • Lim Kim Sanby Asad-ul Iqbal Latif

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2009; US$ 59.90

    Lim Kim San's name is linked inextricably to Singapore's public housing. This is entirely appropriate because he played a crucial role in the success of the Housing Board, which transformed both the country’s physical landscape and gave Singaporeans a tangible stake in the future of their young nation. However, important though Lim's... more...

  • Between Rising Powersby Asad-ul Iqbal Latif

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2007; US$ 65.90

    Geography has moulded Singapore’s self-definition, much as it has shaped the contours of the rest of Southeast Asia, a region that lies south of China and east of India. Placed within overlapping Sinic and Indic zones, Singapore's entrepôt role has served both. Today, as China and India emerge simultaneously as rising powers, a port city... more...

  • Three Sides in Search of a Triangleby Asad-ul Iqbal Latif

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2008; US$ 53.90

    Singapore is America's closest security partner in Southeast Asia. The United States has decided to help India become a major world power in the twenty-first century, an objective that is furthered by the nuclear agreement between them. Singapore's relationship with India is an increasingly pertinent feature of Southeast Asia’s political... more...

  • The Singapore Lionby Irene Ng

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2010; US$ 67.90

    “Irene Ng has written a book that gives a comprehensive portrayal of Mr Rajaratnam - one of Singapore’s outstanding leaders who played a crucial part in the momentous and crisis-ridden transition to iindependence. This is a book about the man and his wisdom. One would fail to appreciate him until one reads this absorbing book and reflects... more...

  • Marshall of Singaporeby Kevin Tan

    Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) 2008; US$ 94.90

    David Marshall (1908-1995) was one of Singapore's most remarkable sons. The eldest son of migrant Sephardic Jews, Marshall's brilliant academic career at Raffles Institution was brought to an abrupt end when he collapsed from tuberculosis. Sent away to recuperate in Switzerland, Marshall not only learnt the French language but also imbibed... more...

  • Singaporeby Carl A. Trocki

    Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 55.95

    This volume examines Singapore?s culture of control, exploring the city-state?s colonial heritage as well as the forces that have helped to mould its current social landscape. Taking a comparative approach, Trocki demonstrates the links between Singapore?s colonial past and independent present, focusing on the development of indigenous social and... more...

  • Realism and Interdependence in Singapore's Foreign Policyby Narayanan Ganesan

    Taylor and Francis 2005; US$ 54.95

    Singapore?s existence and success derive in part from its achievements in the domestic political arena and in part from the skilful management of a well-defined foreign policy with clearly identifiable goals and issues. A visible core of realist self-reliance is layered with the demands of a competitive trading state that requires a liberal international... more...

  • Muslims in Singaporeby Kamaludeen Mohamed Nasir; Alexius A. Pereira; Bryan S. Turner

    Taylor and Francis 2009; US$ 54.95

    This book examines Muslims in Singapore, analysing their habits, practices and dispositions towards everyday life, and also their role within the broader framework of the secularist Singapore state and the cultural dominance of its Chinese elite, who are predominantly Buddhist and Christian. Singapore has a highly unusual approach to issues of religious... more...