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Has Dr M gone too far this time?

It looks like Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has decided to burn his bridges.

A slice of army life

WRITING a book in Malaysia is more a labour of love than making a money-making venture, says retired general Nordin Yusof. In fact, one has to spend one's own money to get one's work published here. Not to mention the hours spent thinking up ideas and writing the material.

Technocrat MBs strike a balance

There is a new breed of Mentris Besar in the making. They are politicians at heart but also technocrats in thinking and action, writes JOCELINE TAN.

Driven to pursue ideals

His views are often perceived as too radical for the establishment, but that does not detract from the fact that Dr Jomo KwameSundaram is a leading public intellectual. JOCELINE TAN spoke to him following news of his appointment as assistant secretary-general of the UN Department of Economics and Social Affairs.

Political landscape likely to change

Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim is still savouring the sensation of being a free person,his mind more on his health than his political career, writes JOCELINE TAN. Butwill a new political landscape unfold upon his recovery?

Finding niche in China studies

CHINA'S quiet emergence as a new economic, political and perhaps even military power in recent years has caused a ripple among countries the world over writes S. INDRAMALAR.

Najib: Army ready for security threats

The armed forces are on alert and ready to deal with any security threat in southern Thailand, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Carrying on an old friendship

The Prime Minister's visit to China this month will mark 30 years of relations between our two countries while reaffirming Malaysia's status as China's oldest and closest friend in the region. JOCELINE TAN reports.

Read widely to land job

The ability to communicate, be part of a team and a willingness to learn are just some of the qualities graduates should possess. These were among the points made by four speakers in a forum on I>Beyond Academic Excellence: Enhancing the Quality of Future Global Leader./I>

Little steps to a major event

The handshake between Tun Abdul Razak Hussein and Chairman Mao Zedong was an electrifying moment in Malaysian history. On the 30th anniversary of Malaysia-China diplomatic ties, JOCELINE TAN traces the little steps that led to the historic handshake.