by Tan Sri Dr Munir Majid
I was in Vientiane earlier this month and, among other things, formally handed over the Chair of Asean-BAC to Laos, represented by Oudet Souvannavong. From the various meetings and discussions held, it was clear that Laos was committed to follow through with the AEC 2025 Blueprint and the unfinished business of the community pronounced in 2015, last year.
What happens on the Philippines’ southwestern island may have an effect on Malaysia, and on Sabah in particular.
Preserving the environment includes gazetting and protecting our parks and forests.
PRIME Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak is in Los Angeles, joining other Asean leaders for the special summit between the United States and Asean, hosted for the first time by President Barack Obama.
by MARINA MAHATHIR
In the midst of depressing circumstances, it’s all about how we keep our sanity.
The agent-principal relationship falls within the broader subject of contract, covered by common law principles and incorporated into the Contracts Act 1950.
Tracing the stories of a forgotten mariner and an uncommon politician.
There’s a lot to learn about this simian which can be lovable and loathable in equal parts.
There are between two and four million illegal foreign workers in Malaysia. We already have about two million registered foreign workers. Now, we have reports that 1.5 million more are to brought in from Bangladesh.
It is tempting to consider what Asean would be like in another 50 years, even though some may still not understand it in its first 50.