Will the Eurozone breakup?
15 November 2011 9:54 AM | No Comments
Cato scholar and Johns Hopkins University Professor Steve H. Hanke discusses regime uncertainty and the chances of a Eurozone breakup.Read More
Malaysia’s Obedient Wives Club
10 November 2011 9:42 AM | No Comments
Women’s rights groups are appalled, and there are concerns about links to the founder’s radical Islamist movement.Read More
Legal Principles of Islamic Governance
29 September 2011 3:47 PM | No Comments
The Koran lays down 2 cardinal principles of governance.Read More
Singapore’s Environmental Challenges
28 September 2011 5:12 AM | No Comments
CSIS interviews Dr Vivian Balakrishnan on the environmental challenges Singapore faces.Read More
Alex Kozinski on Privacy and Technology
27 September 2011 5:18 AM | No Comments
The growing intrusion of technology in our daily lives facilitates governments, special interest groups and the commercial sector to monitor us.Read More
Global Perspectives on Good Governance
Governance and Public Debt in Asia
03 June 2011 7:26 AM | 16 Comments
Paying off high public debt with more current and future taxation constitutes bad governance.Read More
If the people do not lead, democracy is a ruse
20 May 2011 12:30 AM | No Comments
Democracy demands active participation and the constant evaluation of all options available.Read More
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Speak Up or Be Spoken For!Posted on May 5, 2010 | 7 CommentsOne year after the AWARE saga, there are more ordinary Christians who, having experienced first-hand the cost of sudden hurt and distrust, feel unafraid to express their disagreements with ideas that threaten a common space of citizenry.
Christian to Christian: Collective RepentancePosted on February 27, 2010 | 4 CommentsBy Gwee Li Sui. When the social climate has become so toxic that murmurs of Christians being "at it again” recur, we should be vigilant and have an answer. What we cannot ignore is the damage the controversies are already doing to our collective identity as Christians.
Singapore government’s position on AWARE SagaPosted on May 15, 2009 | 1 CommentThe Government’s position on this issue is clear. It was stated by the PM in Parliament on October 2007, and it has not changed. In his speech, PM said that Singapore is basically a conservative society and the conventional family, a heterosexual stable family, is the norm and the building block of our society. However, we recognise that homosexuals are part of our society. They have a place in our society and are entitled to their private lives. This is the way the majority of Singaporeans want it to be – a stable society with traditional, heterosexual family values but with space for homosexuals to live their private lives and contribute to the society.
Christians in a Pluralistic SocietyPosted on May 7, 2009 | 1 CommentBy Gwee Li Sui. To be prepared against the return of such religious panic we experienced, Christians really need to look hard at the practical basis of their existence in a pluralistic society.
A Christian Solution to the AWARE ConundrumPosted on May 1, 2009 | 1 CommentBy Gwee Li Sui. If the new ex-co will, without contest, give up its seats for a more inclusive shape of leadership in AWARE, it will have regained, I dare say, the faith of many Singaporeans and the admiration and support of every Christian in full measure.
Christians Against AWARE Takeover!Posted on April 29, 2009 | 1 CommentBy Gwee Li Sui. As a secular body, AWARE rightly cannot have a vision that treats women from different backgrounds through the outlook of just one religious system. Indeed, I dare say that an appropriate Christian response is to resist the actions of these Christians.