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  • The factual trials and non-fictive tribulations of Nurul Izzah in the New Malaysia — Rais Hussin

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    The factual trials and non-fictive tribulations of Nurul Izzah in the New Malaysia — Rais Hussin

    MARCH 25 — The government is alternately regarded as a state. As public policy specialist David Easton once called it “the authoritative allocation of values.” The...

  • Rome Statute, royal institutions and our Constitution: A harmonious co-existence — Lim Wei Jiet

    18 hours ago

    Rome Statute, royal institutions and our Constitution: A harmonious co-existence — Lim Wei Jiet

    MARCH 25 — The disquiet on Malaysia’s ratification of the Rome Statute has gain resurgence these past few days. It has been alleged that the Rome Statute robs the immunity of...

  • Islam and the over reliance on the West: Time to look East too — Rais Hussin

    1 day ago

    Islam and the over reliance on the West: Time to look East too — Rais Hussin

  • Malaysia’s reality check — Syerleena Abdul Rashid

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    Malaysia’s reality check — Syerleena Abdul Rashid

  • Finally, someone says it right! — Zharif Badrul

    3 days ago

    Finally, someone says it right! — Zharif Badrul

  • Press statement on the dumping of industrial waste into Sungai Kim Kim — Suhakam

    3 days ago

    Press statement on the dumping of industrial waste into Sungai Kim Kim — Suhakam

  • Is DAP a victim of Malay micro-aggression? — Rais Hussin

    3 days ago

    Is DAP a victim of Malay micro-aggression? — Rais Hussin

  • Time to take care of our own — Yoong Khean

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    Time to take care of our own — Yoong Khean

  • Honouring Haziq — Nathaniel Tan

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    Honouring Haziq — Nathaniel Tan

  • Green approach for urban water management — Kim Jensen

    4 days ago

    Green approach for urban water management — Kim Jensen

  • As SE Asian countries consider plain packaging for cigarettes, Australia reviews its failing ‘quit or die’ smoking policy — Jo Furnival

    5 days ago

    As SE Asian countries consider plain packaging for cigarettes, Australia reviews its failing ‘quit or die’ smoking policy — Jo Furnival

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  • Reflections on Christchurch — Kevin Fernandez and Greg Lopez

    5 days ago

    Reflections on Christchurch — Kevin Fernandez and Greg Lopez

    MARCH 20 — On March 15, 2019, a single gunman — Brenton Harrison Tarrant, an Australian citizen — killed 50 Muslims at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.  Those...

  • Loan sharks and the police — P. Sundramoorthy

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    Loan sharks and the police — P. Sundramoorthy

    MARCH 19 — Local authorities are constantly engaged in a “war” with loan sharks (also known as Ah Longs) who seek extensive and cheap publicity by putting up their illegal...

  • Leading is learning: Need for greater student empowerment on Malaysian campuses — Abd. Lateef Krauss Abdullah

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    Leading is learning: Need for greater student empowerment on Malaysian campuses — Abd. Lateef Krauss Abdullah

    MARCH 9 — I refer to the article, “Student leaders all in for party-free campus elections,” I couldn’t agree more with the university student leaders quoted in this piece....

  • Open letter to the transport minister — Richard Chapbell

    1 week ago

    Open letter to the transport minister — Richard Chapbell

    MARCH 18 — Congratulations on your appointment as the country’s transport minister in 2018. This is no doubt an extremely demanding and time consuming job that I believe keeps...

  • Just save one: Senseless deaths of the young — Brendan J. Gomez

    1 week ago

    Just save one: Senseless deaths of the young — Brendan J. Gomez

    MARCH 18 — Imagine pain shooting up your spine. Another beating on your back and mind. Imagine blood spurting out an old pus. A wound infected by yesterday’s fuss. No, don’t...

  • Singapore must halt execution of Sarawakian Michael ak Garing — N. Surendran

    1 week ago

    Singapore must halt execution of Sarawakian Michael ak Garing — N. Surendran

    MARCH 18 — Malaysian citizen Michael anak Garing is scheduled to be hanged in Changi prison on Friday, March 22, 2019. Michael, who is a Sarawakian, was convicted of murder in...

  • Human rights and death sentence can co-exist — Ko Chung Sen

    1 week ago

    Human rights and death sentence can co-exist — Ko Chung Sen

    MARCH 18 — First, I will like to clarify I had published all my statements regarding the abolition of mandatory death sentence in my personal capacity as an elected Adun. They...

  • Freedom of speech, with responsibility — Centre for Independent Journalism

    1 week ago

    Freedom of speech, with responsibility — Centre for Independent Journalism

    MARCH 18 — The Centre for Independent Journalism (CIJ) is concerned with the direction of punitive repression for freedom of expression, coupled with a lack of responsible...

  • When broken souls walk our corridors — Firoz Abdul Hamid

    1 week ago

    When broken souls walk our corridors — Firoz Abdul Hamid

    MARCH 17 — Have you ever been brought down to the depth of your chaotic hearts and souls, that you feel so broken, loss, and alienated in all that surrounds you? A place where...

  • The Nintendo of Islamophobia — Rais Hussin

    1 week ago

    The Nintendo of Islamophobia — Rais Hussin

    MARCH 17 — The late Edward Said, author of the “Orientalism”, in reaction to Gulf War I, once averred that the CNN footage of the war in Iraq amounted to a “Nintendo...

  • Fort Trump shows US serious about making allies pay ― Peter Apps

    1 week ago

    Fort Trump shows US serious about making allies pay ― Peter Apps

    MARCH 15 ― President Donald Trump might be rolling back USmilitary commitments in Syria, Afghanistan, South Korea and much of mainland Europe, but there’s one place the...

  • Ikram condemns Christchurch shooting ― Pertubuhan Ikram Malaysia

    1 week ago

    Ikram condemns Christchurch shooting ― Pertubuhan Ikram Malaysia

    MARCH 16 ― A terrible tragedy has befallen the Muslim community of Christchurch, New Zealand when a gunman mercilessly shot and killed 49 innocent worshippers and injured many...

  • Let Christchurch be a lesson against the peddling of fear ― Hafidz Baharom

    1 week ago

    Let Christchurch be a lesson against the peddling of fear ― Hafidz Baharom

    MARCH 16 ― At times like these, I believe all Malaysians are united in voicing out against the terrorist actions that took place in Christchurch. 49 people lost their lives...

  • Why distance learning gets a bad name from false credentials ― Rais Hussin

    1 week ago

    Why distance learning gets a bad name from false credentials ― Rais Hussin

    MARCH 16 ― Distance learning is not rocket science. It has been around perhaps since the external degree programmes of University of London. The various colleges in University...

  • The dangerous path — Dharm Navaratnam

    1 week ago

    The dangerous path — Dharm Navaratnam

    MARCH 15 — The news today of the violent shootings in two mosques in New Zealand is nothing short of shocking. You may call it what you want but in my mind, it is purely an act...

  • Observations on recent political developments — G25

    1 week ago

    Observations on recent political developments — G25

    MARCH 15 — G25 Malaysia observes the recent political developments with growing concern that the country is sliding towards the polarisation of its politics based...

  • The unspeakable horror that is Fraser Anning — Nathaniel Tan

    1 week ago

    The unspeakable horror that is Fraser Anning — Nathaniel Tan

    MARCH 15 — Malaysians must reject all types of bigotry, and always stand up for one another. New Zealand experienced an unspeakable horror today, the likes of which no human...

  • End patronage not Malaysia Airlines — Sharan Raj

    1 week ago

    End patronage not Malaysia Airlines — Sharan Raj

    MARCH 15 — Analysts and politician cannot just argue to shut down or sell our Malaysia Airlines based on accumulated loss of RM2.5 billion without acknowledging the flawed...

  • CICM calls for safe and responsible handling, use and disposal of chemicals — Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia

    1 week ago

    CICM calls for safe and responsible handling, use and disposal of chemicals — Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia

    MARCH 14 — The Chemical Industries Council of Malaysia (CICM) calls for safe and responsible handling, use and disposal of chemicals (manufacture, transport, storage and...