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Malaysian Education

Before you start, here are the five most popular articles in this category: Now that we've put our best foot forward, here's a chronological listing of the articles.
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Najib's Orwellian 1Malaysia

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Economists have the least influence on policy where they know the most and are most agreed; they have the most influence on policy where they know the least and disagree most vehemently.
— Alan Blinder