Infernal Ramblings
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Malaysian Politics

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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  1. The Power of Interest Rates
  2. Grey Areas, Fringe Cases and the Common Law
  3. Betraying Malaysia's Founding Fathers
  4. Freedom We Never Had
  5. Ridiculosity in the Lina Joy Decision
  6. The Dangerous Constitution
  7. Pitfalls in Letting the Agong Reign for Life
  8. Making the Monarchy Work For Malaysia
  9. Do We Need Unjust and Draconian Laws?
  10. Conflating Head of Government and Head of State
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