Focus on Penang public transport, not highways, says expert

The proposed RM8bn Pan Island Link highway in PIL1 is not a viable proposition and neither is it sustainable in the long run. Mustafa...

Trans-Pacific trade pact reveals US’ unbridled corporate agenda

9 Mar - The 11th round of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) talks concluded in Melbourne Friday, with member states suggesting the negotiations had...

No government rules forever, Mahathir

Martin Jalleh reminds Mahathir of the fall of governments that held power for decades in countries around the world. Going by those standards, the...

Reform Malaysia’s transport mess

The priority put on the national car project and its parallel highways project as the vehicle for corporate expansion is the root cause of...

Autonomy without accountability won’t help Sabahans and Sarawakians

“Who has failed to recognise NCR rights of the people? It’s not federal leaders; it’s the state leaders." Joseph Sipalan spoke to academicians from...

‘The rocket goes to the moon’ – 21 years ago

In 1992, Aliran Monthly said it would not be impossible for the DAP to one day cooperate more closely with Pas in a coalition...

Why media freedom is good for Najib and Malaysians

It ensures that those on either side of the political divide – as well as others in civil society – get fair treatment and...

The boiling frog syndrome

The lesson of the frog that is slowly boiling offers a lesson to Malaysians, says Martin Jalleh: Wake up before it is too late....
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1MDB: Dissecting one of the world’s biggest financial scandals

This video from Offshore Alert looks at the extraordinary allegations of multi-billion ringgit fraud and corruption involving 1Malaysia Development Berhad, which is controlled by...