The making of Anwar Ibrahim’s ‘humane economy’

His earlier thoughts formed the core of this vision that advocated upon his return to active politics from 2006 onwards.

Photograph: themalaysianinsider.com

Anwar’s vision of a “humane economy” holds personal, ideological and political significance at a specific political juncture in Malaysian history, writes Khoo Boo Teik in this commentary published by Iseas Publishing.

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