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Rethinking higher education in the age of black swan events
Tertiary education needs to be reformed in order to face major disruptions in the future.
RCEP, a lesser ‘evil’ but is it necessary?
Free-trade deals often come at huge costs to the local economy and are not the only ways to develop the country.
Credit rating downgrade and its conundrum
Malaysia faces pressure on traditionally robust bond market, more difficulty servicing debts.
The fall of the government or just the menteri besar?
With Ahmad Faizal Azumu’s downfall, parties find themselves hampered by marriages of political inconvenience.
I don’t wanna buy anything
People's lives are now inundated with marketing and advertisements that encourage mindless consumption.
‘Helicopter money’ and its (un)ingenuity
Expasionary monetary policies don't actually mean printing money.
Vilifying DAP hinders nation-building
Party still a bogeyman despites offering its experience in government, wide grassroots network and burrying recent betrayals.
CMCO not failing, probably the better compromise
Government strategy to contain Covid-19 working, must continue targeted lockdowns for high-risk areas.