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THE attack on Iraq has entered the second week and the swift war that the world had been misled into believing seems to be dragging a little longer despite the massive American firepower. WONG CHUN WAI writes.
THAILAND has been walking the diplomatic tightrope since the launch of the war against Iraq. The precarious posture is designed to please all parties - its traditional ally the United States, Asean neighbours who are opposed to the war, the Buddhist majority, the Muslim minority and the business sector.
IT#8217;S the real thing. Coke has lost its fizz in Thailand#8217;s southern provinces as the Muslim minority continues to flex its economic muscles in protest against the US-led war on Iraq.
MCA Youth chief Datuk Ong Tee Keat said Saturday he would need time to study the accusations made against him before deciding whether to attend the disciplinary proceedings ordered by the party's presidential council.