Secularism in India

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There are some lessons we can learn from India whose medieval society was more religiously tolerant and open, says Asghar Ali Engineer. But divide-and-rule...

Bumpy road to Bangsa Malaysia

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Ethnic-based economic policies will undermine the objective of promoting national unity, warns Terence Gomez.The problem of growing intra-ethnic inequalities is evidence enough that government...

Pagar makan padi?

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Perak recently raised water tariffs even though the Perak Water Board has been making healthy profits for the past five years. Jeyakumar Devaraj writes...

Buses wanted

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Penangites are fed up with empty promises to improve public transport, says Angeline Loh. Theirdisappointment stretches from Penang to Putrajaya, where the Prime Minister...

Reflections on the Ethnic Relations course

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We need to listen to be aware of our prejudice and stretch the borders of the self, says Wong Soak Koon in response to...

Oil habits die hard

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The Malaysian government didn't seem to mind the recent local protests against Israel’s invasion of Lebanon but demonatrations against oil fuel price hikes remain...

Aliran Monthly 26: 6 editor’s note

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Our cover story focuses on the slide in ethnic relations in Malaysia. Johan Abdullah senses a rise in the number of worrying incidents that...

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