Clearly, smoking is a public health risk that ultimately costs the country in health care and lost productivity. -Korea Herald/ANN
Government and international efforts to counter violent extremism (CVE) need to more proactively engage with women and integrate a gender dimension into CVE policies and programmes. -ST
This is what is happening as local literary texts slowly find a place in Singapore's secondary schools - a notable 32 of them now, including 27 neighbourhood schools, up from 18 in 2011. -ST
Sponsorship deal offers many synergies for both premium brands – and also for Singapore itself. -ST
Problem of militancy rears head amid new phase for region. -ST
Can America maintain its rebalancing to Asia when old conflicts in the Middle East and Europe erupt? -ST
China's President Xi Jinping visits India today, the last leg of a three-nation tour of South Asia. -ST
A study of cities’ competitiveness highlights four areas of reform: building institutions, business regulation, and building hard and soft connectivities. -ST
Singaporeans enrolling in overseas law schools raises larger issues beyond the economic realities of finding jobs. -ST
A preoccupaation with a formal qualification for its own sake has evoked fresh concern of late. -ST

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