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One step forward, one step back

One step forward, one step back

Luba Khalili

Thu, Sep 27 2018

Keeping alive the hope that the power of the people is still here

Does Malaysia have a friend in...

Does Malaysia have a friend in...

Muhammad Zamir

Sat, Sep 22 2018

Malaysia may need to tread carefully

The EU’s best option?

The EU’s best option?

John Lloyd

Sat, Sep 15 2018

The ideals of a more united European Union demand clarity

A nation of sheep?

A nation of sheep?

Zarif Faiaz

Thu, Aug 16 2018

Perhaps people don’t want real change

Choose your words wisely

Choose your words wisely

Abak Hussain

Sat, Aug 11 2018

When citizens aren’t allowed to have an opinion, the country doesn’t have a leg to stand...

There are ways, there are means

There are ways, there are means

Syed Badrul Ahsan

Wed, Aug 8 2018

How to handle a student protest

Quota reform and the integrity  of the...

Quota reform and the integrity of the...

Esam Sohail

Fri, Jul 27 2018

A spectacular opportunity exists for public university governing bodies

To all citizens equally

To all citizens equally

Anupam Debashis Roy

Wed, Jul 11 2018

Everyone has the right to due process

Music is worth living for

Music is worth living for

Rubaiyat Kabir

Wed, Jul 11 2018

Let us all be grateful that we still have music to help us through tough times

A great responsibility

A great responsibility

Ekram Kabir

Sat, Jun 2 2018

A quick-buck mentality is not good for the education sector

Corruption is the enemy of...

Corruption is the enemy of...

Tasmiah Nuhiya Ahmed

Wed, Apr 18 2018

Corruption must be a punishable offense not just on paper, but in practice

Modi vs federalism

Modi vs federalism

Mani Shankar Aiyar

Wed, Mar 21 2018

For India, is ‘cooperative federalism’ nothing more than a slogan?

‘Strong governance for better...

‘Strong governance for better...

Business

Sun, Mar 4 2018

The two-day Regional Banking Conference 2018 is aimed at cross-border exchange of views and sharing of...

Why politics need to be open to...

Why politics need to be open to...

Fahim Razzaq

Thu, Feb 15 2018

We need to re-think Bangladesh’s existing political process

Not as dreadful as it sounds

Not as dreadful as it sounds

What does America’s government shutdown on Trump’s inauguration anniversary mean?

Closing the gap

Closing the gap

Editorial

Sat, Nov 4 2017

Our goal in coming years should be to close the gender gap completely, not just through the right policies,...

A new dawn for China?

A new dawn for China?

Sharif Hasan , Sharif Hasan

Tue, Oct 24 2017

Xi Jinping has big plans for his country, and the world better take note

Governance in climate finance is...

Governance in climate finance is...

Tribune Supplements

Thu, Oct 12 2017

Limitations in the democratic process and shortcomings of the ruling elites make it very difficult to...

No harmony in the union

No harmony in the union

Garga Chatterjee

Wed, Jul 12 2017

An all-India attitude is not good for diversity

Why I sued the federal government over...

Why I sued the federal government over...

Sophie Kivlehan

Mon, Jul 3 2017

Deliberately endangering the environment is a violation of the law

First they came for our statues

First they came for our statues

Rubaiyat Kabir , Rubaiyat Kabir

Sun, May 21 2017

If we don’t speak out now, they’ll come for us too