Singapore

Lee Kuan Yew liked Fredrich Hayek. Do you?

Former Prime Minister and Founding Father of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew, we can all agree, was an intelligent, well-read man who saw Singapore through its turbulent years. It would be interesting to explore some of his intellectual influences and whether they hold any relevance for us today. Significantly, Lee was a strong supporter of the…
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Avengers Endgame: How Ticket Scalping Serves Consumers

Avengers Endgame hits theatres later this month, sparking a mad rush among Marvel fans to secure the best seats for the opening week. The issue of ticket scalping is back in the spotlight again as resale prices of tickets are skyrocketing. Intuitively, ticket scalping strikes us as insulting and an unethical practice that justifies legislative…
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The Myth of Chinese Privilege Racism in Singapore

The Straits Times reported on Tuesday (29 Jan) that ‘race activist’ Sangeetha Thanapal was being investigated by the police for a Facebook post upon her return to Singapore this year. The post in question was from last April. It alleged that Singapore was a ‘terribly racist country’ where minorities are systematically marginalised. Are her claims…
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What America Could Learn from Singapore’s Social Welfare System

A common libertarian view when it comes to welfare is that the role of the state should simply be restricted to providing a safety net. Such a basic net would guard society’s most economically vulnerable against falling through the cracks. Milton Friedman proposed a negative income tax as a way of encouraging the poor to…
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Singapore’s Greatest Resources Are Location and Liberty

Singapore is rightly heralded as a beacon of economic success and one of the freest economies in the world today, placing near the top of economic freedom indexes. Sizing up to only about two-thirds of New York City, the country is but a speck on the world map. Casually referred to as a ‘Little Red…
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Is Singapore a Libertarian Paradise?

Singapore is a young country, having only gained independence from the British in 1965. Since then, the country has been ruled solely by the People’s Action Party (PAP), headed by the revered statesman Lee Kuan Yew who is often credited as the “founding father” of Singapore. He passed away at the age of 91 in…
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