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The last mile

By Liew Chin Tong Fifteen years ago today, on 2 July 1997, the Thai government was forced to float …

Threats, Racism and Lies: A Regime Hanging on to Power?

by Charles Santiago Civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr said “Nothing in all the world is more dangerous …

Lest We Forget: The Forex Scandal

by Lim Guan Eng Scandals are fast becoming synonymous with Malaysia. Hardly a few months go by that a …

The Malay middle ground: Pakatan most to gain

By Liew Chin Tong Prime Minister Dato’ Seri Najib Razak is writing Barisan Nasional’s political obituary by focusing on …

Renaming Political Parties: Throwing a Wider Nation Building Discourse

by Prof. Dr. Mohamad Tajuddin Mohamad Rasdi I wish to comment on the move by certain individuals who wish …

Pandas! Can the Money Be Spent Elsewhere?

by Wong Ho Leng On 15 June, 2012, the Malaysian government signed an Agreement with the China Wildlife Conservation …

Still Lurking in the Shadows

By Liew Chin Tong It was the most dramatic weekend in our political history. It was a decade ago. …

The Emergence of Penang as a Talent Hub

by Karl Lee In this new era of ‘Third Industrial Revolution’ where niche products are invented, produced and sold …

Be sensible about wealth creation

By Christopher Fernandez While the move to create wealth in Malaysia is laudable, the real beneficiaries appear to have …

How competitive are our students

by Karl Lee I was recently struck by the news that Malaysians have once again failed to gain admission …