PFAA Connects

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PFAA Connects

Since its inception, the Perdana Fellows Alumni Association (PFAA) has  provided passionate alumni of the Perdana Fellows Programme a chance to voice out their opinions through our various flagship events. However, there has never been an outlet where alumni can contribute their opinions on various current issues, be it on the national or international front. Until now.

PFAA Connects aims to bridge that gap by bringing the voices of our members to the forefront. Through this initiative, the team aspires to publish weekly articles that will share our collective experiences, be critical of the status quo,  and hopefully initiate further discussion among youth in Malaysia. All in all, we aim to collect voices of youth and project them on the main stage.


The Breakfast Club: The Memo Passed Down Through Generation

By 1001010 | 23/06/2017 | 0 Comments

The Breakfast Club provides us a simple self-reflection that we can do by asking the right questions. It serves as a memo passed through generations, to us and to the future ones that, you do matter.

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TN50: Deal with the Trust Deficit First

By 1001010 | 15/06/2017 | 6 Comments

If the government is serious in its efforts to have TN50 reflect the aspirations of the rakyat and become a success, it needs to address the biggest elephant in the room – the trust deficit.

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Broken Laws, Broken Generations

By 1001010 | 08/06/2017 | 0 Comments

Poetry: Conflicts occur and prolong across generations. Rule of law can make the effects inscrutable but as living participants, we can still tell when things are broken.

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Navigating the Space Between National Ties and Nationalities

By 1001010 | 01/06/2017 | 6 Comments

We have and perhaps will continue to struggle to define what it is to be a Malaysian. But does being a citizen of Malaysia necessarily denote loyalty to our country?

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Should We Cut Torture Some Slack?

By 1001010 | 26/04/2017 | 11 Comments

International law makes the permissibility of torture explicitly clear. But are there moral arguments to support this practice?

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Will the Mud-Slinging Ever Stop?

By 1001010 | 18/04/2017 | 0 Comments

Petty politics rears its ugly head again – this time in the form of a “contest” launched by Tan Sri Annuar Musa to prove that Lim Kit Siang is “racist, anti-Islam, anti-Malay and a dictator.”

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Pepsi and the Tightrope of Political Consumerism

By 1001010 | 10/04/2017 | 10 Comments

In the past, brands would deliberately stay away from getting involved in politics at the risk of losing profits. Today, the reverse can be just as true.

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The Three Layers of “Swiss Army Man”

By 1001010 | 05/04/2017 | 2 Comments

The main character may be a crazy person who got lost in life but deep inside, we are all Hank.

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The World in Trade

By 1001010 | 30/03/2017 | 10 Comments

While any trade agreement should justify its economics of trade with creation of jobs and inclusive growth, achieving consensus on trade liberalisation remains a challenge for all trade negotiations.

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Face-ing Problems

By 1001010 | 23/03/2017 | 1 Comment

It is time we come to accept that one can be constructive and critical at the same time.

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