Speak to us, Mama

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Horrified by the carnage during the Gulf War in 1991, Fan Yew Teng tapped furiously on his typewriter to come up with this emotionally...

Commission of courage

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In a piece written in 1995, Fan Yew Teng challenges the Election Commission chief to emulate the trail-blazing success of his courageous and independent-minded...

Fan Yew Teng

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P Ramakrishnan gives us a glimpse into the life and times of the late Fan Yew Teng, an extraordinary political activist who refused to...

Nuclear Malaysia: Red flag in a greening global economy

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Going nuclear would be sheer short-sightedness for a country blessed with abundant renewable sources of clean power, writes Ken Yeong. Before the Malaysian government...

Where the mind is without fear

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Lilianne Fan pays tribute to her late father, Fan Yew Teng, the unionist, political activist, dissident writer with his trusty type-writer, and global citizen. I...

Trainee docs complain of overwork, shoddy treatment

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A group of Malaysian Young Doctors has written an open letter to Dr Ismail Merican complaining of work overload and shoddy treatment. Ultimately, patients...

The law of sedition

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Fareedah Hameed reviews a new handbook on the law of sedition edited by Hamid Ibrahim and Nasser Hamid. Sedition: Cases and Materials, 400 pages Editors/compilers: Prof....

G Balasundram

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No one is indispensable we often hear, but for PSM, Bala was indispensable, says Rani Rasiah in a tribute to the courageous lawyer. Balasundram...

Aristotle says, “Penang will have better public transport”

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Yap Soo Huey urges us to hop on a bus to reduce congestion. Decongesting traffic, she says, is just a state of mind. Penang...

Colonisation again?

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The FTA issue is so serious; and the fact that the Malaysian government is taking it so lightly is alarming, says Sarajun Hoda Abdul...

Nobel laureates urge nuclear weapons abolition

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Nobel Peace laureates and representatives of Nobel Peace Prize organisations gathered in Hiroshima and came up with a declaration calling for the abolition of...

Aliran Monthly 30:11 editor’s note

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Alas, how often do we only recognise true greatness in people after they are gone forever. Maybe we are destined to do this over...

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