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Published on Sep 16, 2012

A distinguished group of analysts discuss the dynamic political and economic landscape in Malaysia and Singapore, recorded at the inaugural Malaysia-Singapore Update at The Australian National University.

The upcoming elections in Malaysia and the transformed "new normal" environment in Singapore, following a series of watershed elections, are among the pressing issues discussed at this timely gathering.

The Update is supported by the College of Asia and the Pacific, the ANU Southeast Asia Institute, Department of Political and Social Change, and Crawford School of Public Policy.

Chair - Nivarith Nair, The Australian National University

"Splits in the elite, then and now"
Dr Michael Barr, Flinders University

"Singapore's 2011 elections"
Associate Professor Lily Zubaidah Rahim, University of Sydney

"Voter rejection of PAP: persistent or transient?"
Associate Professor Bilveer Singh, National University of Singapore

"Media reforms in Malaysia & Singapore"
Dr Ross Tapsell, The Australian National University

"The Singapore Economy"
Associate Professor Shandre Thangavelu, National University of Singapore

"Elections and Dominant Party Decline: Malaysia and Singapore Compared"
Associate Professor Bridget Welsh, Singapore Management University

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