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By Tricia Yeoh In August 2015, I visited France at a time when the Syrian refugee crisis was just unfolding, causing much uncertainty and consternation. The discussions I had with academics and policy analysts then centred on the trends that seeme [...]
By Wan Saiful Wan Jan, for Sin Chew Daily, 11 March 2017 Anyone interested to objectively study the topic of affirmative action must read the seminal book by Thomas Sowell entitled “Affirmative Actions Around the World”.  The global study of affir [...]
First published in theborneopost by Tunku Zain Al-’Abidin FOR years now, it has become the norm that when a group of senior diplomats, businesspeople or civil society activists assemble to discuss Malaysia, among the first topics of conversation w [...]
First published in Malay Mail. MARCH 10 — I was back in school for eight days across the last two weeks, sent by a company where I’m a director for a course in finance at INSEAD Singapore, in the hope that I will be a more effective board member a [...]
Chief Secretary to the Government, Tan Sri Ali Hamsa, recently said the 30% quota of women in decision making roles in the public sector had been successfully met. Catch IDEAS Senior Executive in Communications Shaza Onn on BFM’s Evening Edi [...]
  KUALA LUMPUR, 5 October 2016 –(IKMAS) successfully organized the ASEAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION FORUM 2016 (AEIF 2016) at the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration, recently. Themed “Towards Global ASEAN: Prospects, Impacts and Challenge [...]
First published in MARCH 22 ― “We are all Malaysians. This is the bond that unites us.” were Tunku Abdul Rahman’s words in his final broadcast to the nation as prime minister on August 30, 1970. This is the promise made duri [...]