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Dr M adalah tokoh yang dulu pernah memiliki obsesi yang sama dengan pemerintahan Indonesia di bawah Perdana Menteri Mohd Natsir khususnya dalam pemberdayaan pribumi. Pada zaman itu dikenal kebijakan Ekonomi Benteng setelah rangkaian kebijakan sebelumnya seperti nasionalisasi aset dan lain-lain. 1,460 more words


The Malay or The Najib Malay?

March 17, 2018

The Malay or The Najib Malay?

Let the Late Malaysian Poet Laureate Usman Awang remind the present generation who they should be. 64 more words

Civil Society Issues

Saving Revolutions with Mid-Course Corrections

As an amateur student of history, the thought has occurred to me that all great secular and religious movements transition from a founding to a kind shoring up mode – an essential mid-course correction, an attempt, often a desperate one, to deal with new contingencies. 740 more words

Jim Langcuster

New Internet Policy: February 2018

Brief Introduction

I’ve been a programmer and writer for about 5 years now, and the most challenging part is always the beginning. There are thousands of choices to make, tasks to complete, and things to talk about. 229 more words


Mahathir Changes Malaysia’s Political Equation

January 10, 2018

Mahathir Changes Malaysia’s Political Equation

by Mariam Mokhtar


The battle lines for Malaysia’s 14th General Election have been laid, with the 92-year-old former Prime Minister, Mahathir Mohamad, teaming up with Malaysian opposition parties in a bid to oust the current premier, Najib Abdul Razak, and wrest power away from the United Malays National Organization, which has led the ruling Barisan Nasional coalition since independence in 1963. 1,785 more words


Politics and the Changing Face of Corporate Malaysia

January 3, 2018

Politics and the Changing Face of Corporate Malaysia

by Chua Su-Ann


Dr. Edmund Terence Gomez and Dr. Jomo Kwame Sundaram

THE face of Corporate Malaysia has changed many times over the decades and it is not driven by pure market forces. 1,195 more words


Beware Public Private Partnerships

November 29, 2017

Beware Public Private Partnerships

By  Jomo Kwame Sundaram

Prof. Jomo Kwame Sundaram

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) are essentially long-term contracts, underwritten by government guarantees, with which the private sector builds (and sometimes runs) major infrastructure projects or services traditionally provided by the state, such as hospitals, schools, roads, railways, water, sanitation and energy. 882 more words