2015 Web Specials

2015 Web Specials

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While we might never have to flee our country for survival, that should not stop us from empathising with our neighbours who have fled...

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If nothing changes, we could end up with numerous judges continually dancing to the tune of the executive while 'looking forward' to promotions and...

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Muslims need not convince the world that Isis is not Islam. If anything, the burden should fall on Isis to convince the world that...

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The zeal for accountability among the current leaders of China and Singapore has brought these nations to the forefront, says Ronald Benjamin. Malaysian leaders are...

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It wouldn’t hurt to be reminded that there are healthier ways to be happy, says Nicholas Chan. The only serious dating advice I received from...

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Parliamentarians will have to weigh a range of factors before they decide whether Malaysia should be party to this grouping, says David Yeoh. The...
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The next time anyone attempts to tell yet another chauvinist joke, think about the repercussions for a minute, advised Syerleena Abdul Rashid. Jokes are...

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It is only through giving voices to more people, even to those with whom media workers don’t agree, that religious extremism can be better...

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If we want to stimulate change and socio-political reform, we must not allow ourselves to become bewildered by the barrage of confusing statements often...

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The prime minister will have to seek in his reflections what is it about his words, deeds and behaviour that has attracted such an...

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Cherry picking on issues on a narrow basis for political leverage will not resolve the real issues that are facing the country, says Ronald...

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Women are a significant part of society, and they should share their experiences and perspectives in the political process, says Syerleena Abdul Rashid. Here’s...

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