Leadership Manoeuvres : The Real Reason

January 12, 2021 by Dr Chandra Muzaffar

Chandra Muzaffar || 12th January 2021.   Why is it that in spite of increasing Covid 19 infections, rising fatalities, massive floods in a number of states and serious economic challenges, some politicians are still indulging in political machinations and […]

PEMIKIRAN ZA‘BA DAN KESANNYA KEPADA KEBANGKITAN PERJUANGAN NASIONALISME MELAYU

January 11, 2021

Ahmad Nabil Amir & Tasnim Abdul Rahman || 11 Januari 2021   Abstrak Makalah ini cuba membincangkan pemikiran dan penulisan-penulisan Pendeta Za‘ba (16 Sept 1895- 23 Ogos 1973) yang berpengaruh yang ditinggalkannya dari warisan pemikiran dan bekas-bekas perjuangan intelektualnya yang […]

Muhammad Abduh’s Influence in Southeast Asia – Part III

January 7, 2021

Ahmad N. Amir, Abdi O. Shuriye & Jamal I. Daoud || 7 Januari 2021   ON ISLAMIC MOVEMENTS AND INSTITUTIONS The impact  of Muhammad Abduh is manifestly evident  in  current religious movements and institutions in the Malay world. Notable among […]

WEBINAR: Pembelajaran Dalam Talian Era COVID-19: Isu dan Cabaran ke Arah Kesetaraan dalam Pendidikan

January 4, 2021

Tarikh: Sabtu, 30 Januari 2021 Waktu: 11AM MYT | 7PM PST (29 Januari 2021) Panelis: 1.Dr.  M. Bakri Musa, Pakar Bedah di St. Louise Regional Hospital, California & Penulis buku “Liberating The Malay Mind” 2.Dato’ Dr. Madeline Berma, Pesuruhjaya Suruhanjaya […]

Muhammad Abduh’s Influence in Southeast Asia – Part II

January 3, 2021

Ahmad N. Amir, Abdi O. Shuriye & Jamal I. Daoud || 3 January 2021   ON PRESS AND JOURNALS  The celebrated journal al-Manar, edited and published  by  Muhammad Rashid Rida between 1898-1935, had great ramifications and lasting influence in Southeast […]

No Credible Alternative to the US Grand Strategy in Europe

December 23, 2020

Emir Hadzikadunic || 23 December 2020    Contrary to the claims that US liberal hegemony is a source of discord, its mission in Europe was historically successful and mutually beneficial both before and after the Cold War. Never in the […]

Muhammad Abduh’s Influence in Southeast Asia – Part I

December 20, 2020 by Ahmad N. Amir, Abdi O. Shuriye & Jamal I. Daoud

Ahmad N. Amir, Abdi O. Shuriye & Jamal I. Daoud || 20 December 2020   ABSTRACT Muhammad Abduh had a remarkably profound and lasting impact in Southeast Asia. His reformist ideas had strong repercussions in the political and social landscape […]

WEBINAR: “China’s debt-trap diplomacy: Is ASEAN a victim?”

December 19, 2020

Date: Saturday, 9th January 2021 Time: 3PM MYT || 7AM UTC ||  8AM CET   Panelists: Prof Dr Ramon Guillermo, Centre for International Studies, University of the Philippines Didi Kirsten Tatlow, Senior Fellow, German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) Dr […]

Dayton peace (dis)agreement, 25 years on

December 15, 2020 by Emir Hadzikadunic

Emir Hadzikadunic || 15 December 2020   Today marks the 25th anniversary of the General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina, also known as the Dayton Accords. The landmark agreement between Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia, which […]

WEBINAR: “Post-Trump era: Will there be any change in the US Foreign Policy?”

November 26, 2020

Date: Saturday, 12th December 2020 Time: 3 PM MYT || 8 AM CET || 1030 AM IRT Panelists: HE Prof Dr Gholam Ali Khosroo, Former Iranian Ambassador to the United Nations Prof Dato’ Dr Rashila Ramli, Institute of Malaysian and […]

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