Saturday, January 29, 2022

failed state

Bottom-up understanding of justice needed to protect national sovereignty

While it is true that certain opinion makers have exaggerated opinions, it is equally important to see justice from the perspective of ordinary people on the ground.

The Covid-19 crisis, questions and motives

Differences of opinion should not lead to extreme positions which are not supported by facts or realities on the ground.

Tengku Zafrul answers ‘failed state’ claim

Those who describe Malaysia as a failed state may not have taken into account factors such as the country's vaccination rate, spirit of volunteerism and National Recovery Plan.

Malaysia isn’t perfect but it’s no failed state

A lot is being done not just to tide us over during this difficult time, but also to help propel the nation to the next stage of growth, post-pandemic.

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