Title: A watershed election: Singapore’s GE 2011
Author: Lim, C.
Publisher: Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Editions, 2011.
Call no.: RSING 324.95957 LIM
Political observer Catherine Lim reflects on Singapore's 2011 general election in her own inimitable way.
Title: An introduction to Singapore's constitution
Author: Tan, K. Y. L.
Publisher: Singapore: Talisman Publishing, 2014.
Call no.: RSING 342.595702 TAN
Title: Breakthrough: Roadmap for Singapore`s political future
Author: Da Cunha, D.
Publisher: Singapore: Straits Times Press Reference: Institute of Policy Studies, National University of Singapore, 2012.
Call no.: RSING 324.95957 DAC
Title: Did Singapore have to fall?: Churchill and the impregnable fortress
Author: Hack, K., & Blackburn, K.
Publisher: London; New York, N. Y.: Routledge Curzon, 2004.
Call no.: RSING 940.5425 HAC
Focuses on the role of Churchill in the fall of Singapore and his perception of Fortress Singapore, with an overview of the base, the plans, the campaigns, the guns and the memories of Singaporeans, Australians, the British and Japanese during this period of time.
Title: Elections in Singapore
Author: Pugalenthi, S. R.
Publisher: Singapore: VJ Times, 1996.
Call no.: RSING 324.63095957 PUG
Author: Mohamed Noordin Sopiee
Publisher: Kuala Lumpur: University Malaya Press, 2005.
Call no.: RSING 959. 5 MOH
Title: Lee's lieutenants: Singapore's old guard
Author. Lam, P. E., & Tan, K. Y. L. (Eds.)
Publisher: St Leonards, N. S. W.: Allen & Unwin, 1999.
Call no.: RSING English 320.95957 LEE
Examines the contributions and the critical role of the first-generation PAP leaders in the history of Singapore from the 1950s to the 1960s.
Title: Men in white: The untold story of Singapore's ruling political party
Author: Yap, S., Lim, R., & Leong, W. K.
Publisher: Singapore: Straits Times Press, 2010.
Call no.: RSING 324.25957 YAP
This book provides the inside story of one of the world's most successful political parties – the ruling People's Action Party of Singapore. Narrated in three parts, the book chronicles the rise, fall, capture, split and rise of a political party, which has become synonymous with the spellbinding success of Singapore, and delves into the reasons for its track record and longevity.
Title: PAP 50: Five decades of the People's Action Party
Author: Leong, C., & Ng, I. (Eds.)
Publisher: Singapore: People's Action Party, 2004.
Call no.: RSING English 324.25957 LEO
Title: Paths not taken: Political pluralism in post-war Singapore
Author: Barr, M. D., & Trocki, C. A. (Eds.)
Publisher: Singapore: NUS Press, 2008.
Call no.: RSING 959.5705 PAT
Title: Parties and politics: A study of opposition parties and the PAP in Singapore
Author: Hussin Mutalib
Publisher: Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic, 2004.
Call no.: RSING 324.25957 HUS
This book provides a comprehensive study of Singapore's political system and democratic culture with a focus on opposition parties. It discusses their roles, contributions and limitations within a PAP-dominated political system.
Title: Politics and governance in Singapore: An introduction
Author: Singh, B.
Publisher: Singapore: McGraw-Hill, 2007.
Call no.: RSING 320. 95957 SIN
This handbook provides a foundational overview of Singapore's politics. It examines historical and structural dimensions of politics as well as the way politics is conducted in the country.
Title: Political development in Singapore, 1945–55
Author: Yeo, K. W.
Publisher: Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1973.
Call no.: RSING 320.95957 YEO
Title: Public administration Singapore style
Author: Quah, J.
Publisher: Singapore: Talisman Pub, 2010.
Call no.: 351.5957 QUA
Title: Riot and revolution in Singapore and Malaya, 1945–1963
Author: Clutterbuck, R.
Publisher: London: Faber, 1973.
Call no.: RSING 959.7024 CLU-[HIS]
Title: Syonan: Singapore under the Japanese, 1942–1945
Author: Lee, G. B.
Publisher: Singapore: Singapore Heritage Society, 1992.
Call no.: RSING 959.57023 LEE
This publication provides a highly readable and well-illustrated description of the Japanese Occupation of Singapore. It won the National Book Development Council award for non-fiction books. The publication is packaged as a kit with samples of the Japanese banana currency, ration cards and newspaper articles.
Title: The British as rulers: Governing multiracial Singapore 1867–1914
Author: Lee, E.
Publisher: Singapore: Singapore University Press, 1991.
Call no.: RSING 959.57022 LEE
Title: The defence and fall of Singapore, 1940–1942
Author: Farrell, B. P.
Publisher: Stroud, Gloucestershire: Tempus, 2005.
Call no.: RSING 940.5425 FAR
The author is a lecturer in military history at the National University of Singapore. He uses primary documents to analyse the fall of Singapore during World War II and its significance to the outcome of the war.
Title: The Malayan Union controversy 1942–1948
Author: Lau, A.
Publisher: Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1991.
Call no.: RSING 320. 95951 LAU
Title: The open united front: The communist struggle in Singapore, 1954–1966
Author: Lee, T. H.
Publisher: Singapore: South Seas Society, 1996.
Call no.: RSING 959.5703 LEE-[HIS]
Title: The papers of Lee Kuan Yew: Speeches, interviews and dialogues
Author: Lee, K. Y.
Publisher: Singapore: Gale Asia, 2011.
Call no.: RSING 959.5705092 LEE
A 10-volume collection of former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew’s speeches, interviews and dialogues from 1950 to 1990 – some of which have not been published before. The volumes are arranged chronologically.
Title: The tiger and the Trojan horse
Author: Bloodworth, D.
Publisher: Singapore: Times Editions-Marshall Cavendish, 2005.
Call no.: SING English 320.95957 BLO