Neo-Feudalism in modern Singapore

by Brad Bowyer There are many more topics on the failings of the People's Action Party (PAP) and the domestic challenges we face that they are trying to distract us from that I could cover but I thought I would finish this week’s series of articles with a note on the...

Malaysian’s abolition of death penalty and the argument against it being a deterrence to crime

Back in mid October 2018, Malaysia's de-facto Law Minister Liew Vui Keong had announced that the newly elected Malaysian government planned to abolish the death penalty which was currently employed by its legal system as punishment for severe crimes such as murder,...

The Malaysia-Singapore dynamic

Malaysia and Singapore have always had a somewhat tense and strained relationship for two countries who are supposed to be close. Geographically close, historically linked but distinctly different in governing approaches, these two countries share a rather unique and...