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AseanPlus News 30 Jul 2004 | 12:00 AM

Refugee flights anger North Korea

North Korea accused the South yesterday of committing 'a terrorist crime' when it brought in more than 450 North Korean refugees from South-East Asia in secretive flights this week.

Business 26 Jul 2004 | 12:00 AM

Events challenging investment scene

MALAYSIA is in the midst of an interesting flux of events that has culminated in such a manner as to challenge our policy makers.

Lifestyle 03 Jul 2004 | 12:00 AM

Join in the fun

This week's event and announcement are compiled by LEONG SIOK HUI.

AseanPlus News 02 Jul 2004 | 12:00 AM

Communist Party frowns on democracy

China marked the 83rd birthday of the Communist Party Thursday with pledges for cautious political reform, but clung to its suspicion of Western-style democracy.

Letters 16 May 2004 | 12:00 AM

‘New’ India is still tentative

India's victorious Congress party has achieved an upset and driven the incumbent BJP into oblivion. This shock win has caused some Western observers to overdo their own hopes, reading more into the event than there was anything written.

Letters 14 Mar 2004 | 12:00 AM

Party's crescent-shaped dream

The campaign for the Malay vote will be most intense and fervent in the northern Malay heartland but the PAS dream of controlling aperfect crescent of Malay states will remain unfulfilled, writes JOCELINE TAN.

Letters 29 Feb 2004 | 12:00 AM

Underdogs grit their teeth

Socialism may have lost its flavour with the collapse of the Soviet Union and the embrace of a market economy by China, but die-hard socialists still believe in the struggle of not allowing anybody to exploit anybody, writes SHAHANAAZ HABIB.

Lifestyle 24 Feb 2004 | 12:00 AM

Imagination and strife

How much is having an imagination valued these days? THOR KAH HOONG explores the joys of non-linear thought.

Letters 07 Dec 2003 | 12:00 AM

In a rush to take on Howard

By JEFFREY FRANCIS.

Letters 17 Nov 2003 | 12:00 AM

Who’s guilty of cronyism now?

A senior US trade official recently accused developing countries' ministers and officials of wearing expensive jewellery at the WTO's Cancun Conference, implying that corruption was the reason why they did not want to negotiate a new treaty on government procurement. But recent reports have exposed how the US administration itself is channelling many billions of dollars of contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan to companies linked to its leaders and friends. A case of pot calling the kettle black?