Biography of the Author Koh Swee Lean Collin

Koh Swee Lean Collin

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  1. Joko Widodo visiting Natuna Islands

    Commentary: Indonesia’s high-stakes stand-off with China in the South China Sea

    China may be testing waters with Indonesia, but it may get more than it bargained for, says Collin Koh.
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    Commentary: Pirates and other dangerous activities remain pesky challenges for maritime enforcement in South China Sea

    Countries struggle with capacity constraints and sensitive maritime claims in dealing with a host of transnational maritime security challenges in ...
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    Commentary: The sands in the South China Sea dispute may be shifting

    Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe revealed more of China’s thinking on the South China Sea dispute at the Shangri-La Dialogue last weekend, says ...
  4. Singapore first Type218SG submarine

    Commentary: Meet the Republic of Singapore Navy’s new poison shrimp. They even call it 'Invincible'

    But the proliferation of these capabilities in Asia suggests it’s also time to review the safety rules of the game, an effort the city-state ...
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    Commentary: What difference will new aerial guidelines make amid South China Sea tensions?

    The ASEAN defence ministers made valiant efforts in passing guidelines to manage aerial encounters last week, but it will take more to rein in ...
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    Commentary: A sober assessment of the recent 'breakthrough' on the South China Sea

    Singapore Foreign Minister Vivian Balakirishnan called new developments to the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea "yet another milestone".
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    Commentary: Give joint patrols off Pedra Branca, Middle Rocks a shot

    Singapore Defence Minister Dr Ng Eng Hen recently responded warmly to a suggestion from Malaysian Defence Minister Mohamad Sabu to strengthen ...
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    Commentary: How heated exchanges on the South China Sea between US, China can spiral into peace

    Harsh words traded on the South China Sea suggest both sides may be waltzing into conflict but there’s an equal chance for the US and China to ...
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    Commentary: Rescuing stranded tourists on Tioman shouldn’t be a navy’s responsibility

    On the back of news of a Malaysian navy ship ferrying stranded tourists from Tioman, the S Rajaratnam School of International Studies’ Collin Koh ...