Institutional Reform

Mampukah Parlimen berperanan semula?

Tiba masa kerajaan kembali ke Parlimen dan membina semula institusi ini agar ia benar-benar berkesan untuk mengubah kehidupan rakyat ke arah yang lebih baik berbanding menekan parlimen sehingga ia boleh menjejaskan prinsip asas demokrasi negara dalam tempoh jangka masa yang panjang.

What digital economy do we want?

By revisiting and aligning adjacent policies like competition, data privacy and social protection, we can develop a dynamic and innovative economy that uses digital technologies to the fullest, for the greater good of everyone.

Rethinking the National Defence Industry

There is no doubt that Malaysia has potential to be a producer of various arms and other defence accoutrements. However, this potential must be guided with the right objectives and principles in mind to produce the relevant outcomes.

REFSA Fact Sheet #1/2021: Mission Oriented Strategies

In various reports and briefs, REFSA has been advocating for the nation to adopt a mission-oriented approach to tackle the challenges of our current times, be it the current economic crisis, climate change or the recent COVID pandemic. Created as a short introduction to this concept, here is the first of our Fact Sheet series that seeks to explain what exactly are mission-oriented strategies, why we need them and how they can be managed to achieve the most effective outcomes.

Unpacking the jargon behind ‘national unity’

Our Communications Director spoke about ways to achieve racial unity and why it is important for multiracial countries like Malaysia. He also emphasised that a united society plays an important role in enhancing the nation's socio-economic development.

LCS fiasco at critical crossroads

Malaysia's Littoral Combat Ship (LCS) program is now at a difficult crossroad. The program was slated to see its first delivery in April of 2019, with the remaining ships being delivered every six months after that. It is now March 2021, nearly two years since the original due date, and it would appear no end is in sight for the troubled procurement project.
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