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Stop the blame game

Indonesian envoy’s criticisms against his host government borders crossing the line in diplomacy.

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The best way out

If the political and human rights crisis in Myanmar continues, Asean needs to start addressing who takes over chairmanship in 2026 after Malaysia’s turn.

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Touch and go out of Khartoum

It was a complex mission to get Malaysians out of Sudan following the eruption of internal strife that caught many by surprise.

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Putrajaya, we have a problem

Fresh from the Saudi Arabia trip brouhaha, the government is in damage control mode again after the Prime Minister said Malaysia is open to talking with China about the South China Sea.

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It should have been a private visit

Instead of an official visit to Saudi Arabia, the Prime Minister could have just gone for an umrah trip to Mecca and not get caught in an embarrassing situation for not meeting the Saudi King and Crown Prince.

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Is Indonesia’s best good enough to handle the Myanmar crisis?

The Prime Minister’s suggestion that Asean should ‘carve out’ Myanmar may be good for debate but any action against a member state remains in doubt as the regional bloc’s current chair, Indonesia, pushes for further diplomatic talks with the military government.

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High expectations, low motivations

The Prime Minister has instructed our envoys to bring back investment, among others, but he also needs to really understand the constraints they face in carrying out their job.

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No price on sovereignty

Land border and maritime delimitation negotiations take time – sometimes decades – for a good reason: each country fiercely protects its myriad interests.

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Brothers in arms

For many years palm oil has been the victim of negative campaigning, especially in Europe and the United States.

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Eyes on Anwar in Jakarta

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim starts his overseas trips with a visit to Indonesia to further strengthen ties. The prime minister will soon appoint an envoy to Jakarta after the post has been left vacant for nearly two years.

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The task in resetting Malaysia

No government can function well without a clear understanding of the role of the civil service. And public servants, sometimes mistreated by politicians, deserve some recognition.

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Fierce-fully Rafidah

TAN SRI Rafidah Aziz makes no apologies for being a fierce person and a slave driver as some people would describe her. If you are on the receiving end, you will just have to bear with it. But behind that steely persona, Rafidah is a very warm person.

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