Economic strategy in foreign policies

9 November, 2013
By Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid | Source: thestar.com.my

9 November, 2013 As appeared in TheStar.com.my Wisma Putra should not only be adept at protecting national interest but also be good in projecting it. How does Malaysia fare? THE Harold Nicolson school of

Both ends not against the middle

12 October, 2013
By Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid | Source: thestar.com.my

12 October, 2013 As appeared in TheStar.com.my Keeping good relations with China and the United States WHEN you are down, you know who your real friends are. The United States, which is hobbling from

Best wishes for Umno and the nation

28 September, 2013
By Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid | Source: thestar.com.my

28 September, 2013 As appeared in TheStar.com.my Avoid economics+politics double whammy WITH the shine coming off many emerging markets, economic commentators locate the different economies in different orders of risk. Malaysia does relatively well.

Asia’s economic rise at risk?

14 September, 2013
By Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid | Source: thestar.com.my

14 September, 2013 As appeared in TheStar.com.my Future prospect not current reality GOOD times and prospects of gain tend to diminish consideration of risk, a trait universal and not just Asian. Actually there are

Peaceful rise is not forever

31 August, 2013
By Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid | Source: thestar.com.my

28 September, 2013 As appeared in TheStar.com.my China’s dilemmas in domestic and foreign policy CHINA is already the second biggest economy in the world, on the cusp of becoming the largest in the not

Challenge and opportunity for Asean

17 August, 2013
By Tan Sri Dr. Munir Majid | Source: thestar.com.my

17 August, 2013 As appeared in TheStar.com.my At the end of July, it was reported by China’s CCTV that President Xi Jinping had said at a meeting of the country’s Politburo that Beijing wished