Honour or horror?

The concept of women as the property of men is so deeply entrenched in the social, political and economic fabric of some communities that they...

Living in Limbo-land

Some 20,000 ethnic Indians have been denied their right to identity and citizenship, says Ramdas Tikamdas. These are the “invisible Malaysians” who encounter unimaginable...

Another world is possible

In another world, religion will not be a tool of exploitation in the hands of exploiters, but it will be a powerful weapon in...

Brewing – Formation of a rival to MTUC

Veteran unionist K George sadly reports that a group of five unions led by Abdul Razak Hassan of the Railwaymen’s Union of Malaysia is...

Squeezing oil out of workers

The working class would be the most affected group due to the recent unprecedented 30-sen oil hike. On the one hand, the Government has...

Something smells in Bolehland

... and it's not just the water, says Ong Eu Soon, in expressing horror that contaminated water could be channelled into our drinking water...

UMNO Youth: Stop threatening

Something must be done to curb the ethnic "champions" and hotheads relishing a confrontation, says P Ramakrishnan. UMNO Youth is at it again. In what...

Whither the people’s agenda?

Polling day in Sarawak is on 20 May but, withTaib Mahmud in power for 25 longyears, Sarawakians are distinctly unexcited about the elections. How...

Aliran Monthly 26: 3 editor’s note

This month’s cover story by Abang Benet is a timely analysis not so much about the major issues surrounding the upcoming Sarawak polls –...

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