THE 2018 Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore might as well have been renamed the "Indo-Pacific Dialogue". In the plenaries and the panels, in the Q&As, corridors and coffee breaks, not...

THE BOTTOM LINE

THE US government is, as a matter of policy, ripping children from the arms of their parents and putting them in fenced enclosures. The US president is demanding that law enforcement stop...

ON April 30 this year, the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC) set up the Supply Chain Employees' Union (SCEU) to support the development of skills and competencies of employees in Singapore...

COMMENTARY

JILL Watson has been working at Georgia Tech since 2016. She answers the students' questions quickly and efficiently...

EDITORIAL

THE overwhelming response to Astrea IV bonds by retail investors is a sign of their growing appreciation for sophisticated investments as well as a reflection of their desire for better yields at a...

SINCE Donald Trump became US president, Washington has been occupied with a few brain-teasers.

EDITORIAL

WITH the World Cup getting under way in Russia on Thursday night - the host nation faced Saudi Arabia in Moscow in the first of 64 matches - it is inevitable that millions of people around the world...

EDITORIAL

WHEN Mahathir Mohamad emerged as Malaysia's new prime minister following the May 9 general election, Singaporeans shared the joy and relief their Malaysian counterparts displayed following a...

IT WAS one of those I-Cannot-Believe-This-Is-Happening moments. President Donald Trump just did what no other president in American history was able to do. Sixty-five years after the end of the...

EDITORIAL

THE evolution of the initial public offer (IPO) market in Singapore makes for an interesting study. In the 1970s and 1980s, the priority was to list mostly local companies, the rationale being that...