Along The Watchtower


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Along The Watchtower

Watch the reckless, not the old

Instead of scrutinising the fitness of senior citizens as drivers, better enforcement is needed against rash road users.

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Of weasels and wafflers

People in high places should stop claiming to be misquoted or misinterpreted when caught saying the wrong thing.

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Make our roads safe for wildlife too

Besides protecting our threatened species from poachers and illegal trade, we must prevent them from dying on highways.

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President Trump’s dangerous gambit

The US president’s decision to deliver on his election promise to shift his country’s embassy in Israel to Jerusalem poses a severe threat to peace in the region and beyond.

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Certainly a breach too far

The leaked personal information of 46.2 million mobile phone users in the country has made them vulnerable to cybercriminals and exposed the shortcomings of the law protecting data.

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A zombie pact with few benefits

The revised TPP-11 will still remain a corporate-driven trade deal that will be meaningless to most citizens in member countries.

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How we have forgotten our Rukun Negara

Instead of ignoring it, our leaders must return to the ideals and principles of our national ideology.

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All is not lost for print media

There are enough examples to show that the print media can survive the digital era, if publishers cut costs, adapt to changes and diversify.

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Industry 4.0: The future is here

Malaysia cannot afford to lag in a world facing swift, exponential change driven by technological innovation.

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Proud of unity, ashamed by bigotry

The splendid opening ceremony for KL2017 showed the best of Malaysia, but intolerance looms as a threat to national harmony.

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Accord to end nukes

In a landmark decision, 122 UN member states approved a treaty to eliminate atomic weapons, but the countries with nuclear arsenals are against it.

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May loses gamble, media eats humble pie

British PM got a hung parliament while newspaper columnists and political commentators failed to read the pulse of Britain.

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