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Holy books, the forbidden word, and cheap food

Holy books, the forbidden word, and cheap food

Fuad Hafis ponders recent goings-on in the Malaysian circus.

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‘Kajang Move’ is When Democracy is Left to the Politicians

‘Kajang Move’ is When Democracy is Left to the Politicians

The disappointing arrogance surrounding the ‘Kajang Move’.

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Why we should not celebrate Federal Territories Day

Why we should not celebrate Federal Territories Day

Greatest act of gerrymandering ever

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Pranking Selangor: MB post in PKR v PKR

Pranking Selangor: MB post in PKR v PKR

Constitutional law ramifications for Selangor if Khalid agrees to go as MB.

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Change Management for Improving the Service Delivery Levels in MPPP

Change Management for Improving the Service Delivery Levels in MPPP

LSS Academy presents an overview of the service delivery system adopted and implemented by the MPPP.

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My Campus Election Experience

My Campus Election Experience

Vince Tan shares with us his experience running in his university’s student elections.

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Najib, the Chinese Incursion and the Lost Falklands

Najib, the Chinese Incursion and the Lost Falklands

H.N. Roman has some advice for our honourable Prime Minister.

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When SPM History isn’t really history

When SPM History isn’t really history

Jason Wee has some beef with the way history is taught and tested for SPM.

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Ten Point Solution On Alkitab In April 2011

Ten Point Solution On Alkitab In April 2011

Here are image files of the Prime Minister’s actual letter to the Christian Federation of Malaysia regarding the 10 point solution brokered by Dato Sri Idris Jala in April 2011 regarding the use of “Allah” in Malay Bibles, and the distribution of the Al Kitab.

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Apakah Yang Boleh Pemimpin Kita Belajar Daripada Yuna dan Shila Amzah?

Apakah Yang Boleh Pemimpin Kita Belajar Daripada Yuna dan Shila Amzah?

Tramizi Hussin ada cadangan tokoh-tokoh yang patut dicontohi para pemimpin Malaysia.

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Al-Maunah and the Lashkar-e-Toiba: Who Wins the War against the State?

Al-Maunah and the Lashkar-e-Toiba: Who Wins the War against the State?

Chris Hooper analyses treason and capital punishment in the context of India and Malaysia.

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Comparison of Police Powers of Arrest in Malaysia and the United Kingdom

Comparison of Police Powers of Arrest in Malaysia and the United Kingdom

Jevinder Singh compares the police powers of arrest in Malaysia and the UK and comes with some frank observations.

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Years of Dangerous Living

Years of Dangerous Living

Lee Kok Hoong wonders about the challenges of foreign migrant workers in Malaysia.

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The National Unity Consultative Council: Is It Any Good?

The National Unity Consultative Council: Is It Any Good?

Daniel Teoh lists practical recommendations for the National Unity Consultative Council.

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Hope From the Eyes of a Middle-Class Malaysian

Hope From the Eyes of a Middle-Class Malaysian

Cassandra Chung has hope for Malaysia amid our increasing desperation.

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The Malaysian Economy — Argument beyond corruption

The Malaysian Economy — Argument beyond corruption

Wan Hong suggests a different approach to criticising the Malaysian economy — going back to the basics.

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Mural, Mural on the Wall

Mural, Mural on the Wall

Thomas Fann takes a look at the tangible impact of recent mural controversy in Johor Bahru.

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Just Not Normal

Just Not Normal

Nathalie Kee examines the realities of the mentally-ill in Malaysian society.

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Yesterday’s PCA, Tomorrow’s ISA

Yesterday’s PCA, Tomorrow’s ISA

Michael Yap decries the unconstitutionality of the recently approved PCA Bill.

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Malaysia’s Obstacles in Achieving Vision 2020

Malaysia’s Obstacles in Achieving Vision 2020

Wan Hong envisions a future beyond Malaysia’s unique malaise — the middle income trap.

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