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  • How half-truths and the internet (finally) killed the press ― Andrea Filmer

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    How half-truths and the internet (finally) killed the press ― Andrea Filmer

  • When will diabetes finally be taken seriously? — Winnie Ong

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    When will diabetes finally be taken seriously? — Winnie Ong

  • MMA urges Public Service Department and relevant ministries to work together for long term solutions faced by local medical officers — N. Ganabaskaran

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    MMA urges Public Service Department and relevant ministries to work together for long term solutions faced by local medical officers — N. Ganabaskaran

  • Till Apec do we last and begin — Rais Hussin

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    Till Apec do we last and begin — Rais Hussin

  • Joint development of the South China Sea: The way forward to avoid conflict — Jason Loh

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    Joint development of the South China Sea: The way forward to avoid conflict — Jason Loh

  • Good morning Malaysia — Jayakumar Gurusamy

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    Good morning Malaysia — Jayakumar Gurusamy

  • The four pillars of Donald Trump’s re-election — Rais Hussin

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    The four pillars of Donald Trump’s re-election — Rais Hussin

  • Education Reform 2: Policy considerations — Najmie Noordin

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    Education Reform 2: Policy considerations — Najmie Noordin

  • The powerlessness of our Welfare Department ― Amar-Singh HSS

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    The powerlessness of our Welfare Department ― Amar-Singh HSS

  • United against smoking in Malaysia — Concerned Doctors

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    United against smoking in Malaysia — Concerned Doctors

  • Disclosure of videos by MACC's Latheefa Koya: Legal or not? — Hakam

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    Disclosure of videos by MACC's Latheefa Koya: Legal or not? — Hakam

  • KLIA: A full reboot required to stay competitive — Mazli Noor

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    KLIA: A full reboot required to stay competitive — Mazli Noor

  • War for the fortunate son — Rais Hussin

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    War for the fortunate son — Rais Hussin

  • The Pakatan Harapan government — Mahathir Mohamad

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    The Pakatan Harapan government — Mahathir Mohamad

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  • America’s sacred politics — Ian Buruma

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    America’s sacred politics — Ian Buruma

    NEW YORK, Jan 10 — Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Maryland was the only Roman Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence in 1776. Although one of the Founding Fathers, as...

  • Rotary in Malaysia: Our role in polio eradication — Lioh Cheng Lim

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    Rotary in Malaysia: Our role in polio eradication — Lioh Cheng Lim

    JANUARY 9 — It is disheartening to see polio re-occurring in Malaysia after we had proudly defeated it in 1992. However, it does not come as a surprise. As long as there is...

  • MACC’s miasma: Of procedure and purpose — Chan Quin Er

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    MACC’s miasma: Of procedure and purpose — Chan Quin Er

    JANUARY 9 — Many of my fellow constituents, as well as friends, have asked me about my opinions about the legality of MACC Director-General Latheefa Koya’s bombshell...

  • A long think about smoking zones — Hafidz Baharom

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    A long think about smoking zones — Hafidz Baharom

    JANUARY 9 — And so, the Minister for Housing and Local Government has allocated RM1 million for the establishment of smoking zones, much to public outcry from doctors and...

  • Representing the people: KPIs for ministers, MPs and Aduns in 2020 — Amar-Singh HSS

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    Representing the people: KPIs for ministers, MPs and Aduns in 2020 — Amar-Singh HSS

    JANUARY 9 — Being an elected representative of the people, at federal or state level, is a high calling, what more being asked to serve as minister. We elect you to be in...

  • Kimanis by-election: Focus on shared prosperity vision over identity politics — Dayang Shuzaidah Abduludin

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    Kimanis by-election: Focus on shared prosperity vision over identity politics — Dayang Shuzaidah Abduludin

    JANUARY 9 — Identity politics in which race and religion play an undeniably a powerful primordial lforce that could incite a community to be confrontational or hostile against...

  • Will Malaysia Baharu surpass economists’ expectations again? — Joshua Woo Sze Zeng

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    Will Malaysia Baharu surpass economists’ expectations again? — Joshua Woo Sze Zeng

    JANUARY 9 — Earlier last year, 22 economists projected Malaysia’s gross domestic product (GDP) to be 4.3 per cent. By the second quarter, our GDP hit 4.9 per cent, surprising...

  • Dignifying agricultural sector in combating youth unemployment — Dayang Shuzaidah Abduludin

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    Dignifying agricultural sector in combating youth unemployment — Dayang Shuzaidah Abduludin

    JANUARY 8 — One of the EMIR Research’s key findings under the Government Satisfaction Index (GSI) has been the 29 per cent of dissatisfaction over the government approach and...

  • China today: Peaceful rise or development? — Jason Loh

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    China today: Peaceful rise or development? — Jason Loh

    JANUARY 8 — China likes to claim that it is intent on peacefully rising and developing, and that therefore its emergence as a superpower in its own right poses no threat to its...

  • War of US decapitation and pin prick retaliation by Iran ― Rais Hussin

    1 week ago

    War of US decapitation and pin prick retaliation by Iran ― Rais Hussin

    JANUARY 8 ― Facts don't lie, even though truth, is the first casualty of war. When two or more sides start fighting, one of the first things they do is to lie about their true...

  • Time for health ministry and government to wake up — Zulhilmi Zailani

    1 week ago

    Time for health ministry and government to wake up — Zulhilmi Zailani

    JANUARY 8 — In early December, the Regent of Johor issued a public statement on the sordid status of the developments for the restoration of the ICU for Sultanah Aminah...

  • Malaysia should be cautious with global shocks ― Ahmad Shahir Abdul Aziz

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    Malaysia should be cautious with global shocks ― Ahmad Shahir Abdul Aziz

    JANUARY 8 ― It seems that the economic growth for the country this year looks promising with the rise of commodity price. For instance, the sudden spike in crude palm oil (CPO)...

  • Safeguarding and protecting election integrity in Kimanis ― Akhbar Satar

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    Safeguarding and protecting election integrity in Kimanis ― Akhbar Satar

    JANUARY 8 ― The by-election in Kimanis is around the corner. Given this, it is appropriate if all political parties who are contesting in this by election to engage in clean and...

  • What happened to India? ― Shashi Tharoor

    1 week ago

    What happened to India? ― Shashi Tharoor

    JANUARY 8 ― It’s a question I hear increasingly these days. International news media report on repression in Kashmir, mounting Hindu chauvinism, widespread protests against...

  • Maszlee...why, why, why? — Saleh Mohammed

    2 weeks ago

    Maszlee...why, why, why? — Saleh Mohammed

    JANUARY 7 — My initial response to Maszlee Malik’s resignation — non-issue, since there were resignations of deputy prime ministers and even a sacking.  It is a given...

  • Vaping: It’s not the nicotine that kills you ― Hafidz Baharom

    2 weeks ago

    Vaping: It’s not the nicotine that kills you ― Hafidz Baharom

    JANUARY 7 ― With the New Year, comes the resolutions. And for my little project, it is to convince smokers to switch from cigarettes to either an electric cigarette, or a vape....

  • Was killing Suleimani justified? ― Peter Singer

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    Was killing Suleimani justified? ― Peter Singer

    JANUARY 7 ― On January 3, the United States assassinated Qassem Suleimani, a top Iranian military commander, while he was leaving Baghdad International Airport in a car with Abu...

  • M is For Mazlee — Rais Hussin

    2 weeks ago

    M is For Mazlee — Rais Hussin

    JANUARY 3 — What a way to usher 2020. Amidst the fireworks and all, the Minister of Education Dr Mazlee Malik was the first Cabinet Minister to be advised to resign. M is for...

  • 2020 economic prospects: Is Malaysia prepared? — Mazli Noor

    2 weeks ago

    2020 economic prospects: Is Malaysia prepared? — Mazli Noor

    JANUARY 1 — Earlier last August, the Economic, Real Estate and Entrepreneur Development Committee had anticipated that the trade war between the United States and China would be...