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An Analysis of the Singapore General Elections 2011

Mustafa Izzuddin, Dr Munir Majid (chair)
17 May 2011, 6.30pm, COL.B212

PNPMustafa Izzuddin will tease out some of the salient themes, issues and learning points from the 2011 Singapore General Elections, and discuss its implications for the country's political landscape . This roundtable will seek to address two main questions: How has the elections and its outcome changed the political landscape in Singapore? What would the future of Singapore politics look like?

This event follows the Southeast Asia International Affairs Programme pre-election roundtable: "Singapore General Elections 2011-2012: Watershed or Watertight?"


Mustafa Izzuddin is completing his doctorate in International Relations at the LSE. His thesis studies the evolution of Malaysia-China relations between 1974 and 2009 from a neoclassical realist perspective. Mustafa has received several accolades for his contributions to the non-governmental sector in Singapore.

Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid is Visiting Senior Fellow at LSE IDEAS and Head of the Southeast Asia Programme.

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