My Sinchew/ Opinion

The nature of PAS-Umno alliance and what to expect from PH

The marriage between PAS and Umno is a marriage of convenience, just to defeat the PH government in GE15.

A rooster trying to cross the road

Any attempt to exert the slightest pressure on Mahathir will most positively backfire.

Umno-PAS alliance and the political placebo effect

Because of the placebo effect, many politicians tend to take unwarranted risks when conducting strategic evaluation, believing that what they have been believing is right.

Readying ourselves for the aftermath of surging oil prices

The Saudi attack should serve as an important test for Malaysia in its readiness for the impact from constantly changing global trade environment and hostile geopolitical developments.

The case for an open housing market

A market opening, through targeted marketing campaigns, should help clear the country's massive luxury property stock.

Haze and sustainable oil palm development

More and more Malaysian companies are owning large swathes of oil palm plantation lands in Indonesia, and their combined land bank has exceeded what they are holding back in Malaysia.

Malaysia Day going off course

By right the Sarawak state election is still quite some time away, but it now looks much nearer than it is, as the war has quietly begun.

What can Malaysians learn from Sabah and Sarawak?

Sarawak is the only nation within the tripartite Malaysian alliance which practices “1Malaysia” on a daily basis.

The political sense of security East Malaysians want

A sense of security has become more precious now than development for the coming Sarawak election.

The PAS-Umno charter: looking right through it

Almost nothing can be worse to non-Malays than this marriage of parties “advocating racial supremacy and religious extremism”.


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