Pay heed to radicalism in SE Asia before it gets too late — K. Shanmugam

APRIL 28 — To deal with Islamic State (IS) in the Middle East, Syria and Iraq, assuming there is a kinetic solution, it will be a continuum and there is going to be much more because the...

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Financing for an inclusive and sustainable future — Shamshad Akhtar

APRIL 28 — Two years after the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by world leaders in New York, the ongoing practical question is how to finance the needs of such an...

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Seeking peaceful transitions — Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin

APRIL 28 — Psephologists and analysts are having a field day with recent and ongoing elections: Finding lessons that can be learnt, identifying trends that could replicate in other places or...

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It’s a serious Malaysian tragedy — Lee Yew Meng

APRIL 28  — Eleven-year-old Mohamad Thaqif Amin Mohd Gaddafi died three days ago. He had his young life practically squeezed out from him. The record of events by itself demands serious...

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On the ‘founder’ of Kuala Lumpur — Ranjit Singh Malhi

APRIL 27 — I refer to the recent write-up in a local English-language daily related to the founding of Kuala Lumpur. Allow me to enlighten readers about who exactly is the “founder” of...

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United Asean the best way to keep US engaged in region — Hoang Thi Ha

When politics take centre stage — Sin Chew Daily

Dealing with radicalisation in Malaysian universities — Mohd Mizan Mohammad Aslam

United for competition — Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin

Don’t destroy this country! — Chen Yoke Lin

Umno’s winning formula for GE14 — Tay Tian Yan

Lifestyles may change in a digital society, but our identity should not — Atanu Roy

F1 halted in tune with major trend — Sin Chew Daily

To retire or not to retire: What say you? — Saleh Mohammed

A lady named Nancy — Lee Yew Meng

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