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Mainly overconfident declarations

All three main coalitions say they can get two-thirds majority, but analysts beg to differ.

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Future of agriculture sector lies in our youths

Although food security received considerable emphasis in Budget 2023, it made no specific mention of connecting youth with agriculture.

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Election manifestos: What Malaysians hope to see

FOR a multi-racial country like Malaysia and in a healthy democracy, an election manifesto of political parties serves as an indicator of commitment made by party to voters. It helps the people to make informed choices about which party to vote, whom to vote for and whom not to.

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PAS politics: A 'sleeping with all' strategy

CONVENTIONAL wisdom affirms that political and religious discussions are two of the most divisive issues in the world. As and when they are broached, these two topics can split human communities, even families, apart.

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A Merdeka tribute to the economic and media frontliners’ contribution during Covid-19

AS I stood in Dataran Merdeka with tens of thousands of Malaysians for the National Day parade on Aug 31, and in Malacca on Sept 16, the excitement and optimism in the crowd were palpable.

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Queen Elizabeth II was a beacon of dignity and morality that citizens everywhere long for in their leaders but rarely get

TEARS came unbidden when I watched former royal press secretary Dickie Arbiter paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth and explaining the planning that would go into her funeral.

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The verdict that will move the needle

There are two forms of guilt. One in the court of law. The other in the court of public opinion.

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Indo-Pacific democracy dynamics — Impacts of the Ukrainian war on the global democratic order (Part 1)

A SPECIAL military operation in Ukraine is an essential milestone in the global historical process, the outcome of which will predetermine the future world order on the planet Earth.

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Disrupting harmony? PAS should look in the mirror

IT may be news to some, including the Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department (Religious Affairs) Datuk Idris Ahmad, but Oktoberfest has been celebrated here for decades now.

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Sulu Sultanate suit: Time to get tough on frivolous claim

LET’S get tough. The so-called heirs of the self-proclaimed Sultan of Sulu do not deserve a single sen from Malaysia, especially after the Lahad Datu incursion in Sabah in 2013.

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Time to fight Sulu claims on legal ground competently

International law does not recognise the use of history to advance one's claims. Period.

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PM’s dilemma: Strike while it’s hot or face the fire?

ATTENDING a Barisan Nasional dinner five days ago, Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob made an unusual appeal.

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