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Sam Noumoff (1935-2014) The Passing of a Legend - II

II Samuel J Noumoff, an outstanding mentor, friend and guide, joined the Department of Political Science of McGill University in 1967 and retired in 2006. At McGill Sam could be described as the most outstanding individual. He was loved by his students, admired by his colleagues and even foes caved...

Chin Peng: A Left wing Nationalist

Chin Peng should be remembered in Malaysian history as an ardent freedom fighter whose party – despite its failures in succeeding in its guerilla warfare against the British and the Malaysian state – sowed the seeds for labour organisation and resistance.

Politics of Indian Representation in Malaysia

Political parties claiming to represent the Indian community in Malaysia have, thus far survived as minority partners in a broad-based Malayan coalition. These have also evolved around the personality of the leader and thrive on the leader's equations with the prime minister. This is in increasing contrast to popular non-official discourse that insists that the present state of economic and social marginalisation of Indians can be represented within a framework that emphasises multi-ethnic politics with nationalities and groups being given equal status.
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