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Crisps of the Week (9-15 Nov)

Crisps of the Week (9-15 Nov)

AES hubbub, UMNO glory, Lynas setback and police thuggery — this week’s latest.

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White Noise: Broken Records

White Noise: Broken Records

Songs by politicians that aren’t music to the ears.

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Judge knocks out KDN veto of Malaysiakini

Judge knocks out KDN veto of Malaysiakini

Uppercaise’s blogpost on the landmark case.

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NST Says Malaysiakini, CIJ & LoyarBurok in Anti-Govt Coup Plot

NST Says Malaysiakini, CIJ & LoyarBurok in Anti-Govt Coup Plot

Could the article in the national daily suggest that the government is anti-democracy?

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inspire.fm’s Walk the Talk Series: Haziqah Nasirah

inspire.fm’s Walk the Talk Series: Haziqah Nasirah

She lends her hands at the state of Kelantan and now her minds at UndiMsia.

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#Infographic: Mythbuster – Who is the real extremist?

#Infographic: Mythbuster – Who is the real extremist?

“UMNO is broad-minded, PAS is extremist”: REFSA examines who is the real extremist.

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#Debatkini: Is Malaysian Democracy Moving Forward?

#Debatkini: Is Malaysian Democracy Moving Forward?

Debate between BN & PR top guns!

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (4-10 May)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (4-10 May)

Bite-size bits on blatant lies, blacked out news and resurfacing submarines.

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For REFSA, Internal Party Disagreements are Like Ginseng

For REFSA, Internal Party Disagreements are Like Ginseng

Guest contributor, Ong Kar Jin, thinks internal party disagreements are actually good.

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Ask Lord Bobo: Bersih Headache, and Minimum Wage

Ask Lord Bobo: Bersih Headache, and Minimum Wage

More wisdom from His Supreme Eminenceness.

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Bersih: BN Accountable For Police Brutality

Bersih: BN Accountable For Police Brutality

The Najib administration has forfeited any moral right to govern Malaysia!

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Bersih: Once Again, I Was There

Bersih: Once Again, I Was There

Ahmad Azrai, on why peace-makers will always triumph over war-mongers.

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Bersih 3.0: Jakarta

Bersih 3.0: Jakarta

A report from a Malaysian in Jakarta.

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Bersih 3.0: A Double-Edged Sword

Bersih 3.0: A Double-Edged Sword

An analysis of the issues behind Bersih 3.0.

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The Long and Curious Trajectory of “Regime Change” in Malaysia

The Long and Curious Trajectory of “Regime Change” in Malaysia

Is a regime change already happening?

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With or without Barisan Nasional

With or without Barisan Nasional

An analysis of Malaysia’s racial dynamics as reflected by the major political parties in government and opposition.

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PAS and Islam after regime change

PAS and Islam after regime change

An analysis by Thomas Pepinsky about the religious and political challenges in a Post-Barisan Nasional Malaysia.

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Manifesto seorang misoginis yang marah pada Februari jahanam #LoyarBerkasih

Manifesto seorang misoginis yang marah pada Februari jahanam #LoyarBerkasih

Kebencian aku kepada Februari mengakar dari hati dan berpaut pada akal.

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (14-19 Jan)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (14-19 Jan)

A mix of fresh headlines in the news and more.

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REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (9-13 Jan)

REFSA Rojak: Crisps of the Week (9-13 Jan)

Anwar’s acquittal:Overdue victory of premature celebration? Crunchy perspective on this week’s top news, only on REFSA Rojak.

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