Along The Watchtower


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Along The Watchtower

Two years of agony and uncertainty

Even as MH370 still remains aviation’s greatest mystery, changes to improve flight tracking are painfully slow.

Along The Watchtower

Kill the trade, not the animals

The illegal trade in wildlife thrives on greed, ignorance and indifference.

Along The Watchtower

On the trail of Awang and Ahok

Tracing the stories of a forgotten mariner and an uncommon politician.

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A Thaipusam to be remembered

Amid fears of terror attacks, a royal presence at a Hindu festival was a significant symbol of understanding and tolerance.

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Absurd aversion to a symbol

We should stop getting worked up over non-issues and get upset over real issues ailing the country instead.

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We need a toilet revolution

Our toilets are a reflection of what we are and to put it bluntly, as a nation, we are a dirty and disgusting lot.

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IS danger is clear and present here

Malaysia has become a recruitment source for IS militants and a transit centre for its fighter heading to Indonesia for training.

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Huffing and puffing over a booming industry

Banning may be difficult but vaping needs to be strictly regulated to reduce the risks.

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Dreams and nightmares in Bangkok

Reflections on a blazing meteor, a rags-to-riches story and the military rule in Thailand.

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MH17: More doubts, no clear answers

The Dutch Safety Board’s report on the downed jetliner does little to shed more light on the heinous crime.

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In a daze over the haze

Malaysia, as the current chair of Asean, needs to do more to get Indonesia’s commitment to resolve the recurrent smog.

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A crisis caused by foolhardy wars

The unfolding refugee tragedy in Europe is a tragic by-product of the reckless foreign policies of the United States and its Western allies.

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