Much is expected of the important Paris conference, but so many huge differences remain among the countries and time is running out.
Although the TPPA negotiations have concluded, the text is not yet made public, and the debate on its effects and implications will go on.
Vulnerable groups are frustrated that their health is being compromised, thus top political priority should now be given to stop this annual crisis.
A drug that can cure Hepatitis C could cost a Malaysian patient RM385,000 for a course, while a similar treatment costs less than RM4,000 in India. Can anything be done about this?
TODAY marks the completion of 58 years of Merdeka. On the economy, there is much to be proud of, with nearly six decades of generally good growth.
The ringgit’s slide is a symptom of weaknesses in the Malaysian economy. Policy actions must now be taken to address the serious problems.
IT’S been a very long race, but the finishing line is now fast approaching. The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement negotiations are coming to an end, with the Ministers meeting in Hawaii last week to wrap up outstanding issues.
When a country mismanages its debt, it can lose its sovereignty and dignity – a lesson imposed on Greece again.
The “new normal” is indeed an apt way to describe or analyse several things taking place in China. The ?new normal’ is indeed an apt way to describe or analyse several things taking place in China.
This week will see the resolution for two important issues – the fate of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement and the Greek debt crisis – both of which will affect Malaysia.
A new climate change agreement is to be adopted in France in December, but there are big differences on how to reach a fair deal, and the negotiations are tough.
This week, the World Health Assembly will adopt a global plan to address antibiotic resistance and other forms of antimicrobial resistance. But will it be implemented?