Reykjavík evolving towards being carbon neutral by 2040

Benedict Lopez is impressed with the Icelandic capital's move to promote sustainable mobility and the use of "pure energy" in its bid to reduce...

Malaysia on the brink: Can it survive and revive its economy?

Malaysia desperately needs competent political and economic leaders with integrity to run the country, observes David Yeoh. The recently concluded DAP party national...

From the absurd to the ridiculous

All the bravado by Najib over the Rohingya cannot mask the fact that these refugees are barred from working in Malaysia and their children...

Three tell-tale signs that Malay support for Umno could be ebbing

Anil Netto looks at a few telling indicators that suggest why the party cannot take its traditional support base for granted. If we were to...

Why the authorities came down hard on Bersih 5

Did they want to show Umno delegates that the government was fully in control and anyone who challenged it would be severely dealt with,...

Why do government agencies need to hire external parties to conduct surveys?

An Observer provides an example of the Malaysian way of having multiple agencies dealing with the same objective and increasing the non-development portion of...

A comedy of irrationality!

If you want your future to be different, do not act out of fear or be manipulated by a comedy of unreality, writes K...

Malaysia lacks a balance of substantive leadership

The Bersih leaders have brought hope to Malaysians, but this should be a catalyst for real alternatives to emerge from a diverse leadership from...

How a Malaysian peanut vendor became a Finnish football club coach

Benedict Lopez describes how a nut seller in a local stadium went on to become coach of a Finnish football club. Former Malaysian national...

China’s mega investments in Malaysia: Are our strategic interests compromised?

Malaysians should ask serious questions relating to the RM144bn worth of memorandums of understanding signed during Najib's recent visit to China, says K Haridas....

Will Uber be legal once Parliament passes Budget 2017?

Parliament, as the highest law-making body, cannot be approving allocations for incentives for any activity unless the activity is legal in Malaysia, writes Angry...

What’s up with the ‘Suspected List’?

Except for grave or capital crimes involving capital punishment such as the life or death sentence, no Malaysian should be impeded from travelling in...

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