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Eugene Tan is an Associate Research Fellow specialising in cyberspace security issues, Singapore’s foreign policy, and aviation issues.
Eugene holds a Masters of International Studies and a Postgraduate Diploma in Arts (Politics) from the University of Otago, and a Bachelor of Arts from the National University of Singapore.
He previously taught various international relations and comparative politics modules, including International Politics of Southeast Asia, European Politics, South Asia Politics and Singapore’s Foreign Policy, at the National University of Singapore, Department of Political Science. Eugene reserves a keen interest in aviation issues and state behaviour in international affairs, stemming from his research done for his Masters and PGDipArts theses. Currently, Eugene is working on research projects covering cybersecurity and state behaviour in cyberspace.
Areas of Expertise
- State behaviour in International issues
- Aviation Issues
- Singapore Foreign Policy
Cyber Cooperation for ASEAN: Smoother Ride on Track II?
27 November, 2018
CO18166 | Evolving Nature of Cyber Conflict
11 October, 2018
CO17184 | The Challenge of Getting Responsible Behaviour in Cyberspace
06 October, 2017
CO17026 | Clickbait: Fake News and Role of the State
09 February, 2017
CO17009 | Fight in Cyberspace: The State Strikes Back
10 January, 2017
CO16184 | Checkpoint or Chokepoint: Aviation Security Lessons from Istanbul and Brussels
19 July, 2016
CO16051 | Enhancing Aviation Security: Using Smart Security and TOPSIS
02 March, 2016
CO15187 | Cybersecurity in Civil Aviation: Need for Industry-wide Approach
01 September, 2015
C015176 | China’s New Cyber Security Policy: An Exercise in Control
20 August, 2015
CO15096 | The Iran Nuclear Deal: Containment or Appeasement?
21 April, 2015
CO15078 | The Germanwings Tragedy: Time for Three-Person Rule?
02 April, 2015
- Eugene, EG Tan,“Next Steps for ASEAN Cyber Norms “, in “Towards a Resilient Regional Cyber Security: Perspectives and Challenges in Southeast Asia”, eds. Fitriani, Christian Pareira, Naufal Armia Arifin, Jakarta, Indonesia: Centre for Strategic and International Studies, 2019.
Last updated on 17/04/2018