When politicians make decisions that have far-reaching adverse consequences on people, doctors have a moral duty to openly challenge such decisions, argues Ronald McCoy.
Mustafa K Anuar reviews a compelling book for those those concerned about Islam, identity politics, power relations, ethnic relations and democracy in Malaysia.
The State and its machinery must be made accountable for all unjustified violence, says Angeline Loh.
Given all the uncertainties, can we take the risk and make the several thousands of residents of Kuantan the guinea pigs, wonders Jeyakumar Devaraj.
Deepak Jaikishan alleges that the PM’s wife rang him at about 6.00pm on the day private investigator P Balasubramaniam made the first statutory declaration, reports Leven Woon of FMT.
Umno is like a drowning man clutching at a floating straw to save his life, says Hishamuddin Yahaya.
Even a cursory consideration of the Pakatan performance as administrators of five states will establish that they are fair, reasonable and, most importantly, not corrupt, observes Tommy Thomas.
Could we see a new government – and a new prime minister – in Putrajaya after the coming general election? Aliran Monthly’s latest cover story explores the issue.
The prospect of a democratic wave sweeping through Malaysia is simply too terrifying for supporters of the status quo over here – hence the need for a bogeyman, observes Azmil Tayeb.
When God is politicised we are in big trouble. That is what is happening in Malaysia. And that’s why we are in such a big mess.