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It's Just Politics

Of tall trees and strangling roots

A nature trek inspires thoughts of how the Malaysian political scene really is like a jungle.

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Sabah is Sabah, not Sarawak

The best way to know our country is to go to the ground and see for ourselves, says the writer. This is especially true for the peninsula folks – it’s time they visit their Bornean Malaysia kin to understand them better.

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What the world needs now

Will artificial intelligence (AI) rule the world? Will algorithm biases shape our perceptions? Is Big Tech the evil empire?

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Different strokes for different folks?

It’s a different ball game when you’re in the Opposition and in the ruling government of the day.

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The slippery fish that is unity

Coalition governments can never rest easy. Now there are rumblings within one state’s administration over a couple of unpopular decisions.

Sabah & Sarawak

Clearing the air on SLS 40% revenue appeal

THE legal battle for Sabah's entitlement to 40% of grant revenue, to quote former Sabah Law Society (SLS) president Datuk Roger Chin, has sparked significant controversy and emotional reactions.

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The SLS challenge

Delving into the SLS judicial review on the state’s right to 40% of grant revenue requires a deeper read.

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Tears for the maverick

Tomorrow will be the 33rd anniversary of Dr Jeffrey’s detention under the draconian ISA.

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The Indian factor

The fight for Kuala Kubu Baharu by-election might see the significance of the Indian voters’ position as a kingmaker. However, this may not always be in Pakatan Harapan’s favour.

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Down to race once again

Malaysia just cannot seem to move away from the same old tired election routine.

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Pulled in different directions

He might be in jail but this former Umno president still wields enough influence to threaten party unity.

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Shades of Tanjung Piai?

Next month’s Kuala Kubu Baharu byelection could test Pakatan Harapan’s hold on the parliamentary seat in Selangor.

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