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All abuzz over GE15

After weeks of talk saying the general election is imminent, suddenly, the brakes have been put on, it seems. On to Plan B?

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Borneo is stepping onto centrestage

Look to Sabah and Sarawak to be the kingmakers in the Malaysia’s next general election.

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A long fight

It will be expensive and complex, but Malaysia can confidently win against the arbitration’s ruling on the Sulu claim.

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Alert on the Sulu claim

IT takes two to tango, as the saying goes.

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Has the dream derailed?

SIX months ago, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia politics and governance research group head Dr Mazlan Ali observed that PKR president Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim was on track to become Malaysia’s eight Prime Minister.

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Changing Umno to keep it relevant

Party members and grassroots supporters want to see it become a credible check and balance to the Pakatan Harapan government.

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A crack in Anwar and Azmin’s relationship

It seems that these two politicians, like most divorced Hollywood superpower couples, face irreconcilable differences.

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While Pakatan Harapan fights within, Umno rebuilds

PAKATAN Harapan’s strange pre-GE14 arrangement may cause the fall of its government, said Umno secretary-general Tan Sri Annuar Musa .

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‘Politics have no relation to morals’

THE Machiavellian plot to derail Datuk Seri Azmin Ali’s political ascension has triggered a situation described in an Niccolٍ Machiavelli quote.

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Better ‘liwat’ than never?

Whose political endgame will the latest nefarious sex-tape nonsense bring...

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To reform or not to reform

BASED on the GE14 result, there are 77 MP seats in Peninsular Malaysia and 13 MP seats in Sabah and Sarawak that did not return a majority winner.

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Small or big, it’s still a raging storm

IS the Education Minister Dr Maszlee Malik’s recent controversial remark a storm in a teacup? Or, as a DAP politician stated, a storm raging and dividing Pakatan Harapan?

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