The following are media reports featuring LKYCIC Chair Professor Chan Heng Chee's third lecture in the IPS-SR Nathan Fellow Series. She covered the Singapore General Election 2020, the Singapore Political & Economic Model and Singapore Strategic Choices in the International Regional Environment.
LKYCIC Chair Professor Chan Heng Chee delivered her 3rd IPS-Nathan lecture, titled “Singapore in a Time of Flux: Optimism from the Jaws of Gloom", on 15 July 2020. The lecture was live-streamed on IPS' Facebook page, and was moderated by Mr Bilahari Kausikan, Chairman of Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore.
Professor Chan Heng Chee's 2nd IPS-Nathan lecture, titled “The US-China Rivalry: Inevitable War or Avoidable War?”, was held on 1 July 2020 and live-streamed on IPS' Facebook page. The lecture was moderated by Professor Joseph Liow, Dean of College of Humanities, Arts, & Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University.
IPS-Nathan Lecture I: Disruption. Democracy Falters. Capitalism Flounders. World Order Unravels (18 June 2020)
In her first lecture as IPS’ 7th S R Nathan Fellow, Professor Chan Heng Chee outlined four big challenges the world faces today — disruption, faltering democracy, floundering capitalism and the unraveling of the world order. The lecture was moderated by Prof Danny Quah, Dean of Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy and was live-streamed on IPS' Facebook page on 18 June 2020.
Congratulations to Thijs Willems, Research Fellow from Lee Kuan Yew Centre for Innovative Cities for winning the Praemium Erasmianum Foundation Research Prize in the field of the humanities and the social sciences.
LKYCIC NEWS ARTICLES | OP-EDS
Lianhe Zaobao published an opinion piece by LKYCIC Chair Prof Chan Heng Chee about the US-China rivalry. This article was based on a lecture she delivered at the 7th IPS-Nathan Lecture Series titled The US-China Rivalry: Inevitable War or Avoidable War.
US-China rivalry: it’s not a Cold War, but is conflict inevitable or avoidable? (South China Morning Post, 02.07.2020)
South China Morning Post published an opinion piece by LKYCIC Chair Prof Chan Heng Chee about the US-China rivalry. This article was based on a lecture she delivered at the 7th IPS-Nathan Lecture Series titled The US-China Rivalry: Inevitable War or Avoidable War.
Foreign Policy asked 11 leading thinkers to weigh in on their predictions as to how life in cities will look after the Covid-19 pandemic. LKYCIC Chair, Prof Chan Heng Chee was one of the 11 to share her views.
Australian news site Croakey published an article about how Australia can learn from Singapore in their response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The article featured a write-up by LKYCIC research fellow Dr Brigid Trenerry, senior research assistant Ms Jocelin Lam and research fellow Dr Samuel Chng.
Chan Heng Chee, ''Urgent need for multilateral action and global leadership", The Straits Times 14 April 2020, in the ST op-ed series titled "Coronavirus: The Great Disruption".
LKYCIC IN THE NEWS
The Economist wrote an article about how demand for land in Singapore is bad news for golfers as golf courses give way to public housing and infrastructure. The article included a quote from LKYCIC senior fellow Dr Harvey Neo.
Karung guni trade on brink of extinction as scrap industry bears brunt of Covid-19 (Today, 02.08.2020)
TODAY did a feature article on the karung guni trade being close to extinction and included quotes from LKYCIC research fellow Dr Samuel Chng.