Ethics in business: When broken souls walk our corridors

March 19, 2019 Ethics in business: When broken souls walk our corridor Voices Ethics in Business Featured Slider by Firoz Abdul Hamid By Firoz Abdul Hamid Have you ever been brought down to the depth of your chaotic heart and soul that you feel so broken, lost and alienated in all that surrounds you? … Continue reading

Confronting Philosophy’s Anti-Semitism

March 19, 2019 We commonly assume that anti-Semitism and related attitudes are a product of ignorance and fear, or fanatical beliefs, or some other irrational force. But it is by now well known that some of the most accomplished thinkers in modern societies have defended anti-Semitic views. For instance, several of the major Enlightenment philosophers … Continue reading

Picking Up the Pieces After Hanoi

March 19, 2019 Picking Up the Pieces After Hanoi by Richard N. Haass The collapse of last month’s summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was perhaps the inevitable result of a process in which the two leaders dominated, optimistic about their personal relationship and confident in their abilities. The … Continue reading

Mujahid Yusof Rawa is a clown

  Mujahid Yusof Rawa is a clown By THAYAPARAN– Commander (Rtd) of the Royal Malaysian Navy. A retired barrister-at-law, he is one of the founding members of the National Patriots Association.   Enough of beating up on a marginalised community. Does it make you feel strong and powerful? Do you know you endanger their … Continue reading