Lee Kuan Yew

13.05.2015

Singapore: Yee’s guilty verdict is a sad indication of the limits of free speech

Singapore: Yee’s guilty verdict is a sad indication of the limits of free speech

By Marte Hellema and Joses Kuan* As the world responds to the guilty verdict of Amos Yee, thoughts should not just focus on how a 16-year-old ended up in this predicament, but on what it says about the state of affairs in Singapore today. Yee was found guilty of two… »

29.03.2015

Lee Kuan Yew, dynamic politician and elder statesman

Lee Kuan Yew, dynamic politician and elder statesman

This year I will be 31—the same age as Singapore’s first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew when he started the People’s Action Party in 1954. From a Facebook post My generation may not fully agree with his politics, even as we benefit from some of his policies. But can… »

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