U@live: Lifting Thought Leadership

Climate Change: Are Tomorrow's Needs more Important than Today's Reality?
The climate change and sustainable development debate is very much defined by the dilemma of “meet[ing] the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." Yet, adaptation and mitigation to climate change are highly costly endeavours.
Can countries, and the world, find that critical balance – in the climate change debate – between addressing today’s realities and the needs of tomorrow? This means taking into account issues of parity, ethics and accountability to future generations.

Islamophobia: Do Two Wrongs Make a Right

Education: Still a Social Leveller?

Balancing Internet Democracy with Greater Accountability

Breaking New Frontiers Globally in Scientific Engineering - A Singapore Story

Joy is Highly Trainable

Perspectives on the Pacific Century

Humanitarianism and Challenges to Humanitarian Action

"Leaving No One Behind" - One Man's Story

What Makes a Terrorist

Professor Ada Yonath, Nobel Prize Winner for Chemistry (2009)