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I HAVE three distinct personal memories of Nelson Mandela that I hope adds a little light to an understanding of politics.
IF S.H. Alattas' latest book is to be the indicator, this year's Umno general assembly would be a surprisingly tame affair. The non-conformist, no-nonsense, feared and hated one-man demolition team, S.H. Alattas (also known as Pak Habib or Nujum Pak Belalang) would normally come out with a book more controversial than the last.
MADIBA left us for good yesterday in dignified tranquillity, the passing of South Africa's greatest soul at 95 soon sparked a global mourning as much as it commemorates his seminal life, first in slaying the evil beast of apartheid and then forgiving his Afrikaner jailers and tormentors.
PIVOTAL ROLE: Our Foreign Ministry gains vantage position in formulating policy directions
TIGER ON THE PROWL: Flexing of muscles by Beijing not a wise move
THEIR MISSION: Academicians can be our advocates for constructive social causes
POLITICAL PARALYSIS: Sometimes, the more things change, the more they stay the same
SURPRISE: A brief video broadcast in the Umno president's keynote address
IN a recent interview with Bloomberg, banker-turned-minister Datuk Seri Abdul Wahid recalled how his father, who worked in a factory, struggled to raise his 10 children in Johor.
AT GREATER RISK: The pace of technological progress is too fast for societies to adapt
CULTURE SHOCK: Many countries want Chinese tourists but wish they were better behaved
SAME PAGE: The leaders of Israel and the US are together again for Iran nuke talks and peace with Palestinians
IN CONTRAST: Their tidak-apa behaviour is difficult to understand and is annoying
TRYING PERIOD: The people in Pahang go out of their way to help each other during floods
CYBER SECURITY: A recent survey found that Malaysian children are not savvy about their Internet privacy
DARE TO FLY: Beijing makes veiled threat about using 'emergency measures' to enforce rules against airlines