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Labour relations ripe for reforms

Malaysia should capitalise on India’s ability to provide skilled workers By Muhammad... Read More

The higher education elephant in the room

Cooperation between universities could unlock R&D potential, curricula reform, tech sharing and... Read More

Re-imagining Indo-Pacific construct

Greater synergies could bring about strategic, defence advantages to Malaysia, other Asean... Read More

Time to unleash SAGAR’s potential

Amid great power transition, Asean should leverage on New Delhi’s security pact... Read More

Diaspora ‘secret sauce’ to closer ties

More people-to-people interactions could strengthen economic relationship, create new opportunities By Suseela... Read More

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Labour relations ripe for reforms

10 February 2023
Malaysia should capitalise on India’s ability to provide skilled workers By Muhammad Faliq Abd Razak & Andika Ab Wahab INDIA and Malaysia established diplomatic relations in 1957 and 2022 marked the 65th anniversary of the bilateral relationship. Both have developed close political, economic and socio-cultural relations and there is growing engagement in all aspects of…

The higher education elephant in the room

10 February 2023
Cooperation between universities could unlock R&D potential, curricula reform, tech sharing and transfer By Nomesh Bolia INDIA and Malaysia share centuries-old ties rooted in culture, people-to-people links and trade. Historically, Malaysia has been a part of India’s extended neighbourhood and contemporarily, a key component of India’s Act East Policy. Malaysia hosts the third largest persons…

Re-imagining Indo-Pacific construct

10 February 2023
Greater synergies could bring about strategic, defence advantages to Malaysia, other Asean member states By Rahul Mishra INDIA-MALAYSIA ties are embedded deeply in history. Waves of engagement between the two countries and their people for more than two millennia bear testimony to that fact. From the Chola and Pallava kingdoms to the British Indian empire,…

Time to unleash SAGAR’s potential

10 February 2023
Amid great power transition, Asean should leverage on New Delhi’s security pact with Putrajaya By Nur Shahadah Jamil THE great power rivalry in the Indo-Pacific region in the post-cold war era is driven by China’s phenomenal economic growth – which underpins its rising military capability and United States’ desire to “push back” to retain its…

Diaspora ‘secret sauce’ to closer ties

10 February 2023
More people-to-people interactions could strengthen economic relationship, create new opportunities By Suseela Devi Chandran & Yanitha Meena Louis ONE significant aspect of Malaysia-India relations is the presence of the Indian diaspora. The Indian diaspora has helped to strengthen ties between the two countries and brought bilateral relations closer – economically, socially and emotionally. The total…
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