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Asean in the spotlight again

The principles on which Asean operates are often questioned, but not their motives. This could just be the result of Asean trying to be principled in a very challenging regional policy environment.

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Fake news legislation criminalises activists

Fake news laws have been rolled out in East and South-East Asian countries to deal with the digital age’s out-of-control spread of disinformation.

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The post-2020 search for stability

Pandemic fatigue has put most voters in a sour mood, but with the steady increase in vaccinations, they now want efficient leaders and competent policies.

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Assailed from all sides

Is the worst over for Warisan or has it yet to come?

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Understanding money laundering and asset recovery strategies

By MOHAMAD ZAMRI ZAINUL ABIDIN, MACC Anti-Money Laundering Division Director.

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When non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma returns

The development of many new treatments gives a glimmer of hope to many patients who relapse.

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Govt's decision not to appeal High Court Undi18 ruling welcome

FROM NICOLE WONG SIAW TING

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Malaysia Day: The sun rises from the East

RISING in the morning, we will be ushering in the 58th Malaysia Day.

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Undergarments advert ban lacks reasonability, Film Censorship Board must explain and announce SOP

FROM Datuk Heng Seai Kie is Wanita MCA national chairperson

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Jack of all languages and master of none

IF there is one thing our politicians need to learn to save Malaysians from embarrassment, it is this — there is absolutely no need to use English if your command of the language is atrocious.

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Home improvements

IT’S good that the Home Ministry is now open to reviewing its Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) programme because its new rules have been criticised, the Sultan of Johor among its detractors.

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Merdeka, in the midst of a pandemic

On the 31st of August 2021, Malaysia will celebrate 64 years of independence. Over the last two years, the usual fanfare associated with the occasion (among others) has been replaced with quieter celebrations at home under what seems to be a perpetual state of lockdown.

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