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What I learned from Abim

Religious revivalism is a very real phenomenon but doesn’t have to be as polarising as it has been in the past, as long as we focus on its values and principles, rather than the outward trappings.

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How to stop party hopping

How do we stop party hopping and the collapse of federal or state governments? More elections may not be the best, but here’s a more radical and unusual approach.

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The future is now

IT’S happening. I don’t think there’ll be any announcements around the corner, but it feels like things are cooking.

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#MasaKita: Let’s do this

LET’S do this. Let’s do this now.

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Doing politics differently

Youth-driven Parlimen Digital shows what Malaysia 2.0 might look like, when governance is about consensus building and common ground, not endless bickering.

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Should DAP and Amanah trust Dr Mahathir again?

Let’s start by being fair. The last two joint statements by DAP and Amanah made many decent points.

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DAP and Amanah: What is your real priority?

It is utterly pointless to fight over who will lead you, if you have completely forgotten where it is you are supposed to go.

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Pakatan should advance boldly, not scramble backwards

Don’t look to a past filled with marriages of convenience; build a stronger future on a foundation of well-defined shared values and ideals.

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Dr Mahathir or Anwar?

I WAS a teenager the first time Tun Dr Mahathir Mohammad and Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim had their first major political conflict. I’m pushing 40 now, and it feels a little odd that we are in roughly the same place as we were 22 years ago.

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Malaysia 2.0: Reimagining political parties

Have political parties become stale? How can redesigning parties and movements lead to a revitalised, fresher approach to making Malaysia better?

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Malaysia 2.0: Give civil servants more say

In Malaysia 2.0, we should move from top-down policy making to bottom-up policy making, with civil servants being made stakeholders in the process.

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Going beyond Dr Mahathir’s 1.0 quest for vengeance

Recent statements by Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad bring to stark relief how the old guard may keep the country trapped in an unending cycle of adversarial politics.

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