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Myanmar, so near yet so far
Once a beacon of hope for democracy in Asean, country is abruptly returned to military dictatorship.
The Perikatan government, one year on
Clinging to power, uneasy allies could divide come the next election.
Is democracy still dead one year after ‘Sheraton move’?
Address country’s democratic deficits or it won’t be the last time someone abuses it.
Basis for use of ascorbate and Ivermectin in Covid-19
Imperative for health authorities to leverage on available treatments with established efficacy and safety.
Political problems require political solutions
Party alliances, temporary or more permanent, need to be clarified, or the political crisis will drag on.
Addressing pandemic-induced global medical supply issues
Proposal to require more even distribution of technology, supply gathering steam at UN.
Too young to vote is never the problem
Ministerial call for political education of 18-year-olds smacks of government trying to unduly influence young voters.
A total Malaysian effort to beat recession
Cabinet needs to do more than just pay lip service to issues like boosting national economy.
In national unity, political language as important as policy
It would be positive, although risky, to introduce a proper, separate ministerial portfolio for non-Muslims, with some legal powers.
Sticking it to The Man
Politicians continuing to marginalise heavy metal fans do so at their own risk.
All hands on deck, please
All arms of the government need to work together to fight Covid-19 and fine tune its delivery systems.
Dr Mahathir’s false obsession with majority support
Former prime minister may have blundered by throwing in the towel 12 months ago.
Singing to a different tune
Beyond the lovey-dovey stuff, some musicians make their opinions heard in song.