Tuesday, April 25, 2017
More questions have been raised on the reported surrender of Blocks L and M to Brunei during the Abdullah Badawi administration. Source: rigzone.com Blocks L and M, not far from the Sabah coast, are reportedly referred to in Brunei as Blocks...
Never mind the United States and Singapore. Look at how the ringgit is faring against the baht in post-coup Thailand. We are even slipping against the Indonesian Rupiah of late. Where are we heading?
Live updates and public reaction via twitter on the Singapore election results. Voting closed at 8.00pm and results are due from 9.30pm. Singapore election results new TWTR.Widget({ version: 2, type: 'search', search: '#SGelections OR from:cnalatest OR from:ge2011 OR...
It is to our collective shame that we have allowed this crisis to engulf us in the very year that Asean is supposed to set up its much touted Asean Community. First of all, how did this crisis happen? Aliran...
It looks as if the lure of profits has crept into the paradise of Bali. In south Bali, a developer wants to reclaim 1,730 acres and create artificial islets under a US$3bn luxury resort development that would cover half...
I wrote a blog post on 16 September 2011 about a crystal-ball gazing piece I had written in 2005 foreseeing the scene in 2025. Some bits of that forecast have come true, especially the bit about the ISA being repealed...
I was planning to write something about this ban, but a Kamal Solhaimi Fadzil beat me to it in this piece published in Malaysian Insider. I just want to add two more points to what Kamal has written: the...
We often hear politicians accusing each other of corruption. Those accusations may be genuine, but sometimes they paper over deeper structural problems in the economy which are less sensational but which may have an even greater impact on the...
I was shocked to catch a glimpse of the Lenggeng immigration detention camp south of Kuala Lumpur here. It's something we don't often see. And it's no surprise why.
Police have said they believe human trafficking syndicates are behind the series of murders in mainland Penang. This was what I was alluding to in my blog post in August 2014: Bukit Mertajam in the spotlight - for the wrong...
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