So what’s next for Pakatan?

Pas needs an overhaul; Hadi needs to be replaced; and the hegemony of the ulamas needs to be stopped, asserts Faisal S Hazis. The ‘Kajang...

Neither doom nor gloom: A reflection on the coming general election

Despite the #UndiRosak campaign, two-coalition politics has become has become the new normal - and this is likely to continue, writes Johan Saravanamuttu. Considerable...
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Caring for our children?

It is clear that we, including politicians and religious leaders - especially Islamic leaders in this case - must push back against this climate...

Anwar, Altantuya, aurat, Ismail Sabri – Whither justice in 1Malaysia?

By proclaiming that Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan is a credible witness, in the face of the commonsense counter arguments offered by Anwar's defence team,...

Religious extremism and bigotry in our midst

We need a big swimming pool, maybe a deep dam, not a launderette, to cleanse all the dirt in our midst, writes Francis Loh....

Encouraging signs as PH government reaches 100-day mark

There is much reason to remain hopeful that the new government is moving on the right track and is committed to reforms, writes Henry...
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Awaken the Force

We must support efforts being taken to tackle injustices and those who are being persecuted for doing the right thing. There is so much...

Remembering Adenan Satem

Perhaps Adenan's greatest contribution was his expression of dissent on religious and cultural issues that conflicted with Umno's mainstream discourse, writes Ngu Ik Tien....

Seeking moderation in a troubled Malaysia

Many Malaysians sighed in relief when a group of 25 prominent Malays recently issued a public statement that called for rational dialogue, observes Mustafa...

Sedition dragnet: Politics of the climate of fear

The use of anachronistic sedition law will hinder the development of an intellectual tradition in the country, says Mustafa K Anuar. While Malaysians in...

Fools, fanatics and wise men

Let us all embrace the diversity of our fellow Malaysians by allowing them to exercise their beliefs without sacrificing our own, writes Faisal S...

Getting out of our political haze

The prospects for change will depend on how the Opposition is able to gain support and partnerships in the Borneo states of Sabah and...

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