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IN of our history as an independent country, with the exception of the May 13, 1969, political upheaval, Malaysia has not known much by way of a real crisis with an international dimension.
A CHANCE meeting with a friend, Dr Rawindran Nair, who is residing in United Kingdom and teaching maritime economics and law at Cardiff University, gave me this idea on the importance of advancing our interest in the teaching and researching in our maritime resources.
THERE are now millions of university graduates in Malaysia and the number is growing. It is assumed that university graduates have ideas and know what is going on around them and in the world.
PRIME Minister Manmohan Singh, now in the twilight of his tenure and 81, has been subjected to book-bashing. In less than a week, "disclosures" by two former aides that have been whispered for long anyway, have hurt his image.
LET'S talk about something cheerful. I nominate the apocalypse. You may not have noticed, but we survived an end-of-the-world moment again this week when a lunar eclipse made the moon look sort of reddish. This is known as a Blood Moon, and, in certain circles, it was seen as the start of something big.
SHAPING THE FUTURE: For the Blue Economy concept to work, Asean needs to be regarded as one and not just in its constituent parts
IN the past, the relationship between Malaysia and Singapore has been one that harboured on an uneasy path despite the proximity of both countries.
RISING EXTREMISTS: A new generation in Israel and Palestine has no interest in making peace with each other
RARE EARTH EXPORTS: The Chinese government is adept at legal manoeuvres that may gain it time, even if the outcome is unchanged
ART FORM? Whether it’s an odious display of narcissism or not, selfies are here to stay
HOOLIGANISM: Perak FA to accept any sanctions by top body
DO NOT WAIT: It may be time to revisit opportunities for more joint activities, write Hasjim Djalal and Ian Townsend-Gault
RESTIVE: Russia is poised to dismember Ukraine despite sanctions
CONCERN: Calls grow louder for stronger action against those hiring illegals
ANTI-GRAFT: Kejriwal's AAP party is bent on wiping out current govt system
THERE is no sign to show that political violence in Egypt is abating. Political violence has become even more pronounced since the ouster of the democratically elected president, Mohamed Morsi, on July 3 last year.