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Malaysian brain drain: Voices echoing through research

Analysis of extensive empirical research on the Malaysian brain drain highlights a persistent and substantial issue spanning several decades.

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Time to stop irresponsible campaigns boycotting legitimate businesses

What gives random social media influencers and ambitious politicians the right to call for a boycott of a business that has not committed any crime?

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The King and I

AL-SULTAN Abdullah of Pahang became the Agong, or King, at a time of profound change in the nation’s political landscape.

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Give voters peace of mind

THE recently renewed call for a fixed parliament term has drawn a fierce debate among political players and observers. Would it be detrimental to democracy as its detractors have said? Would it even benefit the people?

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Remedy against backdoor moves

WHILE the world has moved on from 2023 to 2024, Malaysian ­politics seems stuck in 2020 with the same storyline of toppling the existing government, with the ­latest in the series being the Dubai Move.

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US-Israeli political exceptionalism must end

On Dec 29 2023, South Africa filed a case against Israel with the International Justice Court, citing a breach of the United Nations (UN) Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (the Convention).

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The Known Known of the Faux Pas of the US Veto On Gaza

IN THE Global War on Terror (GWOT), which the US Secretary of Defence Donald Rumsfeld later changed to the Global Prevention of Violent Extremism (GPVE), the former wrestler cum undergraduate scholar at Princeton University had bemoaned about the lack of success in 'terminating' the rank and file of Al Qaeda and the extremist groups in Iraq.

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Humanitarian insanity at work in Gaza

ALL but one Congressman in the United States (US) is deemed to have signed on to the pledge of the American Israel Public Affairs Commission (AIPAC).

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Paying for the ‘sins’ of politicians

WE are faced with the greatest trial of humanity, to live peacefully and sustainably on a crowded and interconnected planet. We are currently failing that trial.

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Anwar Ibrahim’s quiet triumph

Despite all dire predictions and political manoeuvring, the PM will soon mark his first year in power.

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Ignoring the elephant in the room in the Harmony Malaysia Forum

In a recent forum organized by Harmony Malaysia and the IAIS International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, panelists and speakers went all out to promote the idea of changing education, changing political laws, changing mindset towards cosmopolitanism and reinforcing the Rukunegara.

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Credible Malaysian brain drain intervention long overdue

LATELY, there has been a credible focus by the current Malaysian administration to look carefully into the issue of the brain drain.

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