Saturday, 3 January 2015
The Straits Times
This was an article contribution by Associate Professor Bilveer Singh from the Department of Political Science at NUS Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences in which he shared findings from his new book titled “Quest For Political Power: Communist Subversion And Militancy In Singapore (Marshall Cavendish, 2015)”. Assoc Prof Singh discussed about the six aspects of the communist threat to Singapore that are worth noting. He opined that what these threats have meant for Singapore’s DNA is that it has a special resilience capacity that can be mined to build internal strength and cohesion, and this would serve it well as it faces the next half century of its independent existence.
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