Qi Siang Ng

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Qi Siang Ng is a freelance writer and recent graduate of Yale-NUS College, Singapore with a BA in History with a minor in Global Affairs. His interests are great power rivalry in Asia and the Indopacific. As a student, he was an intern at the Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore and the Asian Trade Centre, a trade consultancy firm. He was also a member of the Economic Development and Inclusion Policy Centre at the Yale-NUS chapter of the Roosevelt Institute, a student-run think tank. A prolific writer, he has commented extensively on Politics and International Relations for Singapore local media outlets such as TODAYOnline and CNA, as well as for the Oxpol Blog at the University of Oxford DPIR.

The limits to French grandeur in the Indo-Pacific
The limits to French grandeur in the Indo-Pacific
Emmanuel Macron wants to restore France to be a great power but despite a regional footprint his dreams may be fleeting.
Why Mahathir is unlikely to make Anwar his successor
Why Mahathir is unlikely to make Anwar his successor
Few thought the then 92-year-old return PM would be anything but a charismatic seat-warmer – except the man himself.
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