Nazir Razak book: a time to build bridges not fences

Nazir’s book is an autobiography, but it traces the thinking and context that shaped the decision-making of the writer’s father Tun Abdul Razak, Malaysia’s second Prime Minister. Photo: SC Shekar

What's In A Name by Datuk Seri Nazir Razak is a book that was needed to be written and must be read by all Malaysians who care about the country.

No one who has family disagreements could not be moved by the terrible choices one has to make between loyalty to family, honour and dedication to the nation. When one is a member of the family at the leadership and founding of Malaysia, these choices are fateful because they decide not just the direction of the family, but also the nation.

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