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Focaal Web Editor , June 7th, 2022
The February 2021 military coup in Myanmar put an end to the country’s ten-year period of quasi-civilian electoral rule—the so-called democratic transition, as it was optimistically called. Since…
Wahid Al Mamun , September 22nd, 2020
“The Two Singapores” is an ongoing interview miniseries run by Somatosphere to interrogate Singapore’s COVID-19 response, in particular in its handling of the explosion of cases among migrant…
Wahid Al Mamun , September 18th, 2020
Wahid Al Mamun , September 16th, 2020
“The Two Singapores” is an ongoing interview miniseries run by Somatosphere to interrogate Singapore’s COVID-19 response, in particular in its handling of the explosion of cases amo…
Wahid Al Mamun , September 14th, 2020
Early on in the global fight against COVID-19, Singapore’s response to the pandemic, centered around aggressive contact tracing and quarantining close contacts, was the subject of praise and…
Rose Deller , May 21st, 2020
In Avian Reservoirs: Virus Hunters and Birdwatchers in Chinese Sentinel Posts, Frédéric Keck offers a new ethnographic study of how human and animal relations are being reshaped in…
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Rebecca_Irons , May 19th, 2020
JOSH BABCOCK As COVID-19 escalated to officially pandemic proportions early this year, Coronavirus-prevention advice began circulating via Facebook and WhatsApp in Singapore. Mostly in English and…
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Karoline Buchner , April 27th, 2020
Hide Press Release (10 Less Words) Kristina Großmann, Maribeth Erb, Nicole Weydmann, Novia Tirta Rahayu Tijaja As has been widely reported, a novel coronavirus appeared in Wuhan, China…
Maximilian C. Forte , June 18th, 2018
Both leaders arrived in Singapore, with significant excitement greeting them. Trump, arriving from a bitter G7 meeting, after which he attacked Justin Trudeau personally, flew into Singapore on…
Maximilian C. Forte , June 10th, 2018
Dennis Rodman’s Big Bang in Pyongyang (2015) is probably the documentary to be seeing right now, made timely once again not just by the fact that it gives…