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Comment by Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid

Asean Community in two or three parts

ASEAN is an association of states seeking to become a community of nations. There is no surrender of authority or sovereignty to any Asean supranational body. Asean works by consensus. Every member state in the association has to agree before any agreement can be said to have been concluded.

Tho Xin Yi

Why Not? by Dorairaj Nadason

Going bonkers over bloopers

The national language is the glue that binds us as Malaysians. But mastering English is what will give us the tools we need to take on the world as it shrinks into a global village.

Shad Saleem Faruqi

Reflecting On The Law by Shad Saleem Faruqi

Catching flies while hornets fly free

DEATH penalty for the illegal import, export, sale or possession of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances is known to the legal systems of 33 countries. Among them are China, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Malaysia, Singa­pore, Indonesia, the United States, Yemen, Pakistan, North Korea and Japan. In 13 of these countries, the death sentence is mandatory.

Azmi Sharom
Star Says

The Star Says by The Star Says

A need to reach out to the orang asli

WHEN an orang asli villager in Sungai Kejar of Perak’s Royal Belum State Park was asked how many people in the area had been lost to the disease they call serawan, his answer was: “Satu ratus, dua ratus ... tiga ratus!”

Joceline Tan

Analysis by Joceline Tan

Young Turks hungry to move up

The upcoming Penang DAP election will feature three factions – powerful warlords, ambitious young professionals and loyal old guards who are not ready to ride off into the sunset.

Wan Saiful Wan Jan
Martin Khor
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