Political Science seeks to understand the practice of politics and the exercise of power from domestic, international, and comparative perspectives. We address some of the fundamental problems facing human society: war and peace, authoritarianism and democracy, economic development and inequality, and environment degradation. We do so by examining political ideas, ideologies, institutions, policies, processes, and behaviour, as well as groups, socio-economic classes, governments, diplomacy, law and strategy.
*Pictures from the event are uploaded! Check out our gallery! Media Report from the Singapore Security Dialogue held on 14th November 2016 Today Newspaper: “Substantial Support for ISA in S’pore, says Shanmugam” There is substantial support for the Internal Security Act (ISA) in Singapore, with the public generally seeing the regional security context and understanding the …
The National Interest website – “ISIS Can be Contained” – written by our PhD Candidate, Hamoon Khelgaht Doost and PS Alumni (Class of 2016), Matthew Koo
Our PhD Candidate, Hamoon Khelgaht Doost and PS Alumni (Class of 2016), Matthew Koo has written an article “ISIS Can be Contained” on the “The National Interest” website. Do check out this link for the article! http://nationalinterest.org/feature/why-isis-can-be-contained-18304
Congratulations to our Political Science colleagues on their achievements in teaching! http://blog.nus.edu.sg/fassnews/2016/11/02/faculty-teaching-excellence-awards-ftea-2016/
The Dialogue Highlights video and photo gallery is out! Click on the title above for to assess the video and photo gallery.