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Jamil A Ghani

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Set aside politicking, focus on stateless time bomb

Situation in Sabah will worsen if documentation eludes another generation AT the... Read More

What it takes to remove subsidies

Other countries have succeeded in reducing sting of price rise by adopting... Read More

Foreign worker reforms must be No.1 priority

Firms need to adopt innovation, move away from ‘cheap’ labour Covid-19 exposed... Read More

Mine the data to fight Covid, future pandemics

As Malaysia moves to endemicity, it must use every tool to stay... Read More

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Jamil A Ghani

Jamil’s research interests include foreign and defence policies, culture and politics in contemporary Malaysia, as well as migration, statelessness and refugee issues. Jamil has worked in the Securities Commission of Malaysia and the Malaysian Petroleum Resources Corporation. As a former National Key Economic Area facilitator for the oil, gas and energy lab, he has extensive experience in public-private partnerships and was involved in the development of the Pengerang Integrated Petrochemical Complex. Jamil holds a Master of International Politics from the University of Melbourne.

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Set aside politicking, focus on stateless time bomb

23 September 2022
Situation in Sabah will worsen if documentation eludes another generation AT the 89th Malaysian Armed Forces Day celebrations on 16 September, chief Gen Tan Sri Affendi Buang, in a special interview, emphasised the need to boost the number of border posts and regiments stationed in Sabah and Sarawak.   This is due to the relocation of…

What it takes to remove subsidies

28 August 2022
Other countries have succeeded in reducing sting of price rise by adopting cash transfers, PR blitz to educate populace PUTRAJAYA recently backtracked on subsidy removals because of the public backlash. The prime minister and the cabinet were accused of being out of touch with realities on the ground. Subsidies or their removal is a touchy…

Foreign worker reforms must be No.1 priority

12 June 2022
Firms need to adopt innovation, move away from ‘cheap’ labour Covid-19 exposed many flaws in our labour market. The pandemic disrupted the global and regional movements of migrant labour – both documented and undocumented – with nations slamming shut borders to keep out both virus and labour.    Malaysia, which is heavily dependent on migrant labourers…

Mine the data to fight Covid, future pandemics

05 April 2022
As Malaysia moves to endemicity, it must use every tool to stay ahead of public health issues AS Malaysia reopens its borders this month, the country is still not utilising a major tool to fight Covid-19 in the third year of the pandemic – data. Malaysia is not learning from nor adopting the best practices…
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