Thinking Liberally


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Thinking Liberally

Big dreams? Time to wake up!

THIS will be my last column in this newspaper. On Thursday, I will announce my entry into party politics.

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It’s high time for a shift to policy

We should vote based on policies instead of divisions. One key matter is the A-G’s role.

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Tunku Abdul Rahman, the principled statesman

In remembering the former Prime Minister, let’s think about liberty and justice in Malaysia.

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Has populism infected world health?

IN mid-2017, when doing some background research on press freedom, I found a report about how a reporter was kicked out from a meeting of the World Health Organization (WHO).

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Can Pribumi deliver the votes?

LAST Saturday, I attended the first annual general meeting of Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Pribumi).

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Business chambers play crucial role

Mercantile organisations do not just contribute to economic growth, but also towards strengthening democracy.

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When one’s passionate about language

Interesting discussions on serious matters can be had anywhere, say, at a writers festival or during a car ride.

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Should we decentralise PDRM?

Delegating many policing duties to subnational units would make the police force more accountable to the local people they serve.

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Not more moral policing!

Balancing our liberties with social cohesion is very difficult in our multicultural society and the right solutions will require time.

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Umno can win back Kelantan

If Tok Pa is officially named as the Mentri Besar candidate, the party can retake the state easily.

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Are GLCs governed well?

The Government’s involvement in the economy is huge, which has started a discussion about its role.

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The Mahathir-Muhyiddin dynamic

The Pribumi leaders are complementing each other, not competing with each other.