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IT is easy to understand, although not universally appreciate, that Barack Obama carries about him the weight of the world's problems by virtue of the fact that he is president of the United States, still by far the strongest single country around.
WHEN United States president Lyndon B. Johnson stopped over in Malaysia more than four decades ago, he was drawn to how the young nation was able to alleviate rural poverty through its activities in commodities and mining.
KARPAL'S DEATH: Kind words pour in from both sides of the political divide
2nd MAS INCIDENT: Putrajaya can now focus on US president's visit
LOW TURNOUT: Voter apathy and lack of faith in political system may be true
THE state-level PKR election in Selangor is set to be eclipsed by tussles for national-level posts, as many state leaders will be training their guns on the party's seats of power.
THE end of China's 14-month-long IPO freeze in January, following reforms initiated by the Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission, has been accompanied by a flurry of listings of Chinese companies in the United States, indicating renewed American investor interest in China plays after several years of distinct coolness in the aftermath of dozens of Chinese listed companies being accused of fraud in 2011.
GO WEST: Independence Square gives birth to democratic hopes
MALAYSIA will roll out the red carpet for President Barack Obama on Saturday when he arrives for a three-day visit. Many are hopeful of catching a glimpse of the 44th president of the United States as he goes about his engagements here.
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There is a silent campaign by a substantial number of PKR members against their state party chief Datuk Dr Mansor Othman for the coming party elections.
THE subject of Asean culture has been in greater focus for the last six years, but ever since the coming into force of the Asean Charter on Dec 15, 2008, the subject of culture and its affiliated subjects have become more prominent as achievement pointers.
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SENSE OF OWNERSHIP: It boils down to people's attitude and authorities' effort
PROBLEMATIC: The party's approach focuses on modes of punishment and not on fundamental principles of justice