The new opportunities presented by technological innovation come with corresponding threats, and law enforcers face huge challenges as criminals increasingly operate in the opaque world of cyber-space.
Singapore’s Minister of State Sam Tan’s participation in the celebration of Sami culture in Norway might be a perfect illustration of how new global challenges are uncovering common ground between groups that transcend geography, culture and history.
Norway aims for a visible footprint at the Singapore Maritime Week (SMW) in the end of April.
During her visit to Singapore, State Secretary Laila Bokhari held an address at the tenth annual Terrorism Analyst Training Course on 16 January held by the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS).
The Arctic is among the areas in the world most susceptible to the effects of climate change, and the complex region is already undergoing extensive transformations with global implications.
By Børge Brende, Foreign Minister of Norway
Norwegian company Ulstein Group ASA is thinking bigger, greener and cleaner to reduce emissions from the maritime industry and enhance the use of renewable energy.
Singapore’s Mininstry of Health (MOH) is increasing its’ effort to protect the public against emerging tobacco products.
Singapores straffelovgivning er generelt strengere enn i Norge, både med tanke på strafferammer og hva slags forhold som kan gi grunnlag for straff.
Folkehelseinstituttet har kommet med et reiseråd for Singapore. Bakgrunnen for reiserådet er utbruddet av zikafeber/zikavirus i Singapore. Blant annet frarådes gravide å reise til Singapore.
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