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Joni Somudin – A Victim of the Worldwide Wave of Violence (Stories From the East)

Joni Somudin – A Victim of the Worldwide Wave of Violence (Stories From the East)

Daniel John Jambun highlights the exasperation of Sabahans about sovereignty and security, and the political agendas of a few that perpetuate this state of hopelessness.

Is Osama bin Laden’s Death Justified?

Is Osama bin Laden’s Death Justified?

Vern ponders the question, “does one deserve death even if he was the most evil man on earth?

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It’s Not a Revolution Yet

It’s Not a Revolution Yet

Tamir Moustafa a Associate Professor of International Studies and Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Cultural Change at Simon Fraser University speaks on the so called revolution in Egypt.

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Answering The People’s Call is The Way to Winning The Next GE

Answering The People’s Call is The Way to Winning The Next GE

The call of the people is accountability which is the ultimate checks and balances of democracy.

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Malaysia’s Merry ‘Buy-elections’

Malaysia’s Merry  ‘Buy-elections’

Malaysia is perhaps the only country where the death of an elected representative brings jubilation to the local residents.

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The People’s Uprising of Egypt – Bringing it Home.

The People’s Uprising of Egypt – Bringing it Home.

Beyond the ideals surrounding the Egyptian Revolution – quo vadis, Malaysians?

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