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First Published in TheSunDaily by Dzulkifli Abdul Razak UNIVERSITY autonomy is again back on the front burner. Ideas and Yayasan Sime Darby will be hosting next week the National Higher Education Conference 2017 on how to make our universities mor [...]
First published in Borneo Post Online by  Tunku Abidin Muhriz ON recent occasions where I’ve been asked to speak on our Federal Constitution, I have quoted five legal luminaries from our history: Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Tunku Abdul Rahman, Sultan Azl [...]
First published for Sin Chew Daily, 7 May 2017 by Wan Saiful Malaysian politics has always been coloured by religion, especially by Islam. This has been the case for centuries. As the country grows and evolves over time, Islam has shaped Malaysia  [...]
The Islamic party Pas recently concluded their 63rd meeting. Newsnight correspondent, Nuradilla Noorazam spoke with IDEAS CEO, Wan Saiful Wan Jan to discuss better what this means to the nation. Ibrahim Sani further contextualize the topic to see  [...]
First published in the BorneoPost Online by Tunku Zain Al-Abidin The mind works differently when visiting a country you know nothing about, compared to one you think you know something about. In the case of the former, one accepts every new experi [...]
Published in The Express Tribune, April 17th, 2017 by Ali Salman KUALA LUMPUR:  Two years ago, I went to buy the cheapest possible bed set for my home. Away from fancy show rooms, I found a shabby furniture workshop built probably on an illegally  [...]
Conservatively speaking freely, 14 April 2017 Airlines in the USA are crap compared to Middle Eastern and Asian ones, as I learned intimately on the occasions I had to fly within the US.  Thanks to long-standing protectionist policies, only US car [...]