Big Ideas to help Singapore succeed

Professor Mahbubani, who heads the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, has been hailed by British current affairs magazine Prospect as one of this year's top 50 world thinkers. -- PHOTO: ST FILE
Professor Mahbubani, who heads the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, has been hailed by British current affairs magazine Prospect as one of this year's top 50 world thinkers. -- PHOTO: ST FILE

This year, our regular columnist Kishore Mahbubani has devoted his monthly columns in The Straits Times to new Big Ideas which will help Singapore succeed in the next 50 years.

Click the following links to read all his Big Idea pieces.

Final Big Idea: Love Singapore

Big Idea No. 10: Downsize the PIE

Big Idea No. 9: To future-proof the country, build a wise citizenry.

Big Idea No. 8: Develop the art of compromise, and learn to disagree agreeably.

Big Idea No. 7: Be Bold. The civil service in particular needs to cultivate an entrepreneurial spirit.

Big Idea No. 6: $5 meals, $500 holidays and $50k homes for SG50

Big Idea No. 5: Speak the National Language

Big Idea No. 4: Prepare for a political crisis

Big Idea No. 3: Three stories to strengthen the Singapore spirit

Big Idea No. 2: Public transport: No. 1 in the world?

Big Idea No. 1: A ‘less-car’ Singapore

Professor Mahbubani, who heads the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, has been hailed by British current affairs magazine Prospect as one of this year's top 50 world thinkers.