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We are grateful to those who responded to our appeal for donations last month. We are encouraged by the support and sentiments that accompanied...

Contrasting principles

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In Dec 2006,  leaders and envoys of 12 Latin American nations came together for a two-day summit and signed the Cochabamba Declaration, agreeing to...

Latin America challenges neo-liberal order

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Noam Chomsky hails the emergence of independent-minded governments in Latin America as a...

An indispensable part of police reform

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The government appears to be dragging its feet over the key recommendation of the Royal Commission looking into the operations of the police. The...

Is there a superior race in this planet?

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K George reminds Johor Chief Minister Abdul Ghani Othman that we are all children of the one God after Ghani declared that the Malays...

An open letter to God

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Inter-religious relations meanwhile have taken a turn for the worse, and a resourceful Zaharom Nain decides to take the matter up at the highest...

The coalition called Article 11: Myths and facts

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We carry a piece in Q and A format by the Article 11 Coalition to dispel some of the myths that have arisen following...

Blogging for change

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Bloggers are very much in the news these days after the official warning to the mainstream media not to cite the Internet media and...

Celebrating human rights in the Maldives

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Last year, human rights activists in the Maldives celebrated International Human Rights Day in public for the first time. Despite police warnings that they...

Cepat meets CVLB chief… finally

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Angeline Loh describes a long overdue meeting between the Citizens for Public Transport (Cepat) and the chief of the Commercial Vehicle Licensing Board (CVLB)...

Year of half-bridge, half-past-six govt and half-witted leaders

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Martin Jalleh looks back at the last 12 months and highlights the Mahathir-Abdullah spat, the Umno keris affair, Proton and its can of worms...

A clash of interests

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Malaysians can learn a lot from what's happening in India. For one thing, religions do not clash; it is vested interests that do.  In...

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