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Unfounded fear in Asean community

More needs to be done to explain the AEC to various stakeholders as deadline approaches

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Bid to curb graft the NYPD way

NEW YORK: Under best practices being planned for the police, a refusal to take a report, make an arrest or issue a summons may be classified as corruption.

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Najib pleased with multi-faceted US visit

DATUK Seri Najib Tun Razak was a busy man over the past week during a working visit to New York and Washington.

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Najib: Moderation the way to check extremism

NEW YORK: Malaysia pushed further its moderation agenda on the global stage amid growing concern over increasing violent extremism, religious intolerance and threats of a self-declared Islamic State.

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Wooing them with a winning tale

NEW YORK: Fund managers overseeing more than US$8tril (RM26tril) in investments and business leaders of major corporations in the United States were given a first-hand account of the “Malaysian story” from the country’s number one salesman – Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

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Great expectations for UN council seat

As the final leg of Malaysia’s lobby campaign for a Security Council non-permanent seat approaches, Kuala Lumpur is banking on its moderation campaign to win the day.

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The many benefits of AEC

Reaching out to the Malaysian public and businesses on Asean economic integration.

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Moving Asean into the spotlight

Malaysia is getting ready to chair Asean next year but the lack of awareness among all parties on what is in store for 2015 is worrying the Government.

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Najib taking his time

The question on everyone’s mind right now is, when will the much-anticipated Cabinet reshuffle take place?

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Quiet diplomacy the way to go

China’s recent moves in the disputed South China Sea have sparked protests from Vietnam and the Philippines. But a third claimant country – Malaysia – believes in quiet diplomacy with China.

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A literally fruitful visit

Singapore leader Lee Hsien Loong travelled to Kuala Lumpur on a Malaysia Airlines flight for his annual retreat with Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. As bilateral ties move up another notch, Lee came to show support to Najib in the wake of the MH370 tragedy.

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Malaysia and Indonesia to ink MoUs

Bilateral ties between Malaysia and Indonesia, now at their best in recent years, will see a further boost with the expected signing of three memoranda of understanding following the annual consultation of the countries’ leaders today.

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