Beyond the rhetoric: Do we really dare face the reality of political corruption?

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Once upon a time, tears welled in Dr Mahathir’s eyes at the Umno general assembly when he warned party members to stay clear of...

Kit Siang writes – as a Form III pupil in 1957

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Rummaging through some old boxes, the veteran opposition politician Lim Kit Siang came across an editorial which he wrote for his Form Three class...

Domestic workers – human beings not commodities

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The application of labour laws and acceptance of workers’ rights for domestic workers would clarify the employment relationship between domestic workers and employers, writes...

Along Sega: We claim this area as our forest

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The late Along Sega, who became world famous as an outspoken leader of the Penan’s struggle against the logging companies in the Upper Limban...

The project for a new Arab century

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The birth pangs of a new Middle East are being felt, but not in the way many outsiders envisioned, writes Mohammed Khan No sooner did...

In the end, consistency wins the day

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The rakyat look up to Kit because of his principles - principles that they can respect, trust and emulate, writes Tengku Razaleigh Hamzah. After...

Tunisia: The tragic life of a street vendor

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Al Jazeera travels to the birthplace of Tunisia's uprising and speaks to Mohamed Bouazizi's family. Report by Yasmine Ryan. A town not previously recognised...

Aliran Monthly 31: 2 editor’s note

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In our cover story, Kua Kia Soong shines a spotlight into the murky world of arms spending in Malaysia, a subject rarely discussed in...

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