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Already beating the war drums

Fireworks go off as political noise starts to become louder.

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Making sense of inflation and ringgit

THE increasing cost of food, fuel and essential items – these are the biggest challenges facing governments around the world today as inflation climbs.

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The good and bad of palm oil’s rise

THE Prime Minister has been visiting the Pasar Ramadan at his Bera parliamentary constituency in southwestern Pahang since the fasting month began.

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No apologies for brutal honesty

AFTER resigning from several positions in December 2018, PKR’s Permatang Pauh MP Nurul Izzah Anwar has reappeared in the media limelight by publicly playing down Pakatan Harapan’s ambitions on retaking Putrajaya.

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Always plan and buy tickets early

THE days of making a last-minute decision to travel, especially for a vacation, are over.

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Steadfast in duty for 170 years

From Chen Yen Ling, Author of Lessons from My School, The journey of the French Nuns and their Convent Schools, Kulim, Kedah.

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Comment: The unbearable whiteness of international law

While millions of Ukrainian refugees were welcomed across borders, non-Ukrainian refugees from India, Pakistan, Syria, and the Ivory Coast – that is, people of colour – were denied entry.

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Searching for an opportunistic pact

Old guards keep realigning to create new ties, but the grassroots would just like a collaboration that works

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People are not their governments

Comment by GIDEON LASCO.

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Global hypocrisies exposed

'The elephant perched on one's eyelids is not visible, but the ant across the ocean is clearly visible.' The fault of others is visible even when far away, but we are blind to our own.

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Lessons small countries can learn from the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Comment by BRIG GEN SHAHEDUL ANAM KHAN

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Morality in the age of social media

Comment by MAHIR A. RAHMAN

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