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THE first wave of the floods has ended, but relief agencies and people in the east coast are preparing for the next wave, which may happen sooner than expected.
THE world's trade structure has changed dramatically over the last decade, with China having replaced the United States last year as the biggest trading nation.
I DON'T know whether Secretary of State John Kerry will succeed in his two big chosen priorities: trying to forge an Israeli-Palestinian peace and a détente with Iran that deprives it of a nuclear weapon. But I admire his relentlessness.
EASE THE BURDEN: If a toll hike is inevitable, at least make our highways free from congestion
ANTALYA CONSENSUS: It bridges gap between policymaking and biodiversity loss
CHANGING BENEFITS: Though pension schemes have improved, retirees still have grouses, writes A. Ragunathan
DR RAHINAH Ibrahim used to be very mystified but is now vexed to the point of being litigious that her name surreally supplements the United States terrorist watch list, all 400,000 to 900,000 of them.
GOOD BUSINESS: Adam Fleischman’s passion got Umami Burger to where it is today
MUSINGS: A stint during the confrontation with Indonesia uncovered what soldiering was all about
DIVIDED: The country has to choose between the European Union and Russia
EFFECTIVE: Bridges, buildings worldwide are being fitted with Malaysia-made natural rubber seismic bearings
GLOBAL STANDARDS: Volunteers are responsible for help given to victims
SOCIAL JUST: Retirees must get a fair share of what they gave during their working life, writes A. Ragunathan
THE nominations for the Academy Awards, in which Hollywood honours the best of cinema, are slated for Jan 16. And MCA's election hopefuls dabbled in the cinematic arts in the run up to nomination day on Monday.
POPULAR TIME: The long school holiday is one reason
FLOOD issues have been affecting Malaysians for years. The occurrence of floods has become more and more common and destructive. We must live in equilibrium with nature, that is the stand of the Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (Awer).