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Arctic Yearbook 2012
Singapore: An Emerging Arctic Actor
Ho, J. (2011). The Arctic Meltdown and Its Implication for Ports and Shipping in Asia. In J. Kraska
Arctic Security in an Age of Climate Change
(pp. 33-44): Cambridge University Press.
Holmes, S. (2012, 11 March). Sembcorp Marine: Temasek cuts stake to 60.91%.
Wall Street Journal
Retrieved (10.5.12) from,
IMO. (2004, 25 May 2005).
The Signapore Shipping Association
. Speech by IMO General Secretary to
Singapore Shipping Association. Retrieved (05.7.12) from,
Keppel Corporation. (2012).
Investirs FAQs
. Retrieved (05.7.12) from,
Keppel Offshore & Marine. (2012a).
Keppel Singmarine - Ice-Class Vessels
. Retrieved (10.5.12) from,
Keppel Offshore & Marine. (2012b).
Keppel and ConocoPhillips to design first ice-worthy jackup rig for the
Arctic Offshore
[Press release]. Retrieved (05.7.12) from,
Khong, S. P., Captain (2012).
Speech by Captain Khong Shen Ping, Dean of Maritime and Port Authority of
Singapore Academy.
Paper presented at the Singapore Shipping Conference 2012.
Kuik, C.-C. (2008). The Essence of Hedging: Malaysia and Singapore's Response to a Rising China.
Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International & Strategic Affairs, 30
(2), 159-183.
Lasserre, F., & Pelletier, S. (2011). Polar super seaways? Maritime transport in the Arctic: an analysis
of shipowners' intentions.
Journal of Transport Geography,
19(6), 1465-1473.
Leifer, M. (2000). Singapore's Foreign Policy: Coping with Vulnerability. London: Routledge.
Liow, E. D. (2011). The Neoliberal-Developmental State: Singapore as Case-Study.
Critical Sociology,
(2), 241-264.
Low, L. (2001). The Singapore developmental state in the new economy and polity.
The Pacific Review,
(3), 411-441.
Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. (2009).
Fact Sheet on the 3
Maritime R & D Advisory Panel
Retrieved 7 May, 2012 from,
Ong, P. (2007).
Speech by Mr Peter Ong, Chairman of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.
presented at the Centre for Offshore Research and Engineering (CORE), Singapore.
Peters, G. P., Nilssen, T. B., Lindholt, L., Eide, M. S., Glomsrød, S., Eide, L. I., & Fuglestvedt, J. S.
(2011). Future emissions from shipping and petroleum activities in the Arctic.
Chemistry and Physics.
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Ramberg, B. (2010).
Climatic Change and Singapore - Scenario by 2050.
Paper presented at the
International Conference on Vision and Roadmap for R&D Priorities in Maritime
Environment, Technology, Business, Policy and Security, Nanyang Technological
University, Singapore.
Singapore Economic Development Board. (2012), from
Singapore Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (2012) Retrieved 7 May, 2012, from
Singapore Ministry of Transport. (2011, 28 November).
Singapore re-elected into the Council of the
International Maritime Organisation (IMO) for its tenth consecutive term
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