Bersih 2.0 – A day trip to Kuala Lumpur

Sembang-sembang recalls a memorable day-trip to KL on 9 July 2011 and describes what he saw and heard. I had to make that trip. Najib...

What’s so ‘dirty’ about Bersih 2.0?

Surely, it’s not dirty thinking on the part of concerned Malaysians to crave for a Bersih Malaysia, muses Mustafa K Anuar. We’ve heard it...

Jeyakumar slams refugee deal

"It is definitely not on for Australia to outsource their refugee problem to Malaysia - and for Malaysia to agree to it", the Socialist...

‘Many nations do not collect ethnic data’

It is sad that after five decades of nationhood, our politics and policies are still heavily based on ethnic identity. Lim How Pim speaks...

Shan refugees in Malaysia (Part 2)

To mark World Refugees Day on 20 June, we are carrying a three-part story by Antonio Graceffo on the difficult and perilous plight of...

Shan refugees in Malaysia (Part 1)

To mark World Refugees Day on 20 June, we carry a three-part story by Antonio Graceffo on the difficult and perilous plight of Shan...

Energy policies shouldn’t seek to conquer Nature

As the costs of subduing nature to build mega dams become more evident, we should combine the wisdom of traditional approaches with the potential...

Lack of law enforcement main cause of workers’ rights violations

Aliran member and rights advocate Charles Hector recently highlighted rights violations involving 31 Myanmar migrant workers allegedly committed by a Japanese multinational firm in...

Workers betrayed by pro-corporate policies

If after five decades of nationhood, there is still no minimum wage act to provide a minimum guarantee, this government is totally irrelevant to...

Eight key proposals for another Europe

The neo-liberal mindset has led to a crisis and has proven to be a failure, observes Eric Toussaint. A new Europe must improve social...

Kg DBI demo: MB Perak, keep your promise!

Demonstrators calling for alternative housing caught police by surprise when they surged forward, volunteering to be arrested after the cops had detained four protesters,...

Seeking out nuclear energy is irresponsible and criminal

Parti Sosialis Malaysia (PSM) finds the government’s insistence on continuing its pursuit of nuclear energy as an alternative to coal-burning to be irresponsible and...

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