Keep Lynas plant out

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Does it not seem unconscionable that ore containing radioactive material should be shipped 4000km from Australia to Malaysia for the monetary gain of Lynas...

History or Soviet-style propaganda? That is the question

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History taught in schools should be a people’s history that gives adequate recognition to a broad spectrum of social movements and which is people-centred,...

Australia-Malaysia deal endangers asylum seekers

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In the Australia-Malaysia refugees-for-asylum seekers swap deal recently inked, vulnerable displaced eople are being treated like commodities that can be bartered, writes Angeline Loh....

Singapore General Election 2011: At a glance

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The Singapore general election was a watershed poll in many ways. Dr Terence Chong provides a snapshot view of some of the highlights of...

NO to the LAMP project

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The People's Green Coalition submitted a memorandum to the IAEA panel investigation on the "public nuisance" of the LAMP project in Gebeng Industrial Estate,...

GDP growth not enough

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The outcome of the Singapore General Election suggests that many Singaporeans want a more inclusive set of indices to monitor distribution of wealth, observes...

The Arab revolutions and the democratic imagination

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The revolutionary democrats of the Arab world have an opportunity to bring about the next stage in the global democratic revolution, observes Walden Bello....

Aliran Monthly 31: 5 editor’s note

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In our cover story, 2Khoo looks at the big debate about migration and the brain drain. We suffer the worst of both worlds: at...

How GE 2011 proved me — oh, so wonderfully! — wrong

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In Singapore, a newly energised opposition and a newly empowered electorate, two little Davids, have brought Goliath to his knees, writes Catherine Lim. I...

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