I know I said no to foreign military intervention in Libya when its civil war erupted. I reasoned that such intervention would rob legitimacy from any success out of the rebellion against the Gaddafi administration. In retrospect, I vastly underestimated the popularity of the rebellion. Foreign intervention did not matter much in determining the perceived […]
Archive for February, 2012
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-  Crossing the river from Inwa
-  Income distribution of Malaysian households, 2009 and 2012
-  The Big Mac Index is not about cheap burgers, NST
-  Malaysia’s 4Q13 GDP figures
-  Anzac Bridge, Sydney
-  Is the weaker ringgit contributing to domestic inflation?
-  Innocence
-  A way of life as a product of tourism
-  Aung San Suu Kyi and cultish reverence
-  Bogyoke Market, Rangoon
- locksmith singapore on  Of unfair tax regime
- Shahrul on  The Big Mac Index is not about cheap burgers, NST
- forex on  Of Dr. Mahathir’s got his economics wrong
- Bobby on  Innocence
- Bobby on  The train to Mandalay
- Mun Keong on  Moral police with guns? A very bad idea
- Hafiz Noor Shams on  Malaysia’s Taylor rule and the OPR
- hishamh on  Malaysia’s Taylor rule and the OPR
- Bobby on  Why Malaysia’s 2Q2013 GDP growth was mostly about government spending?
- the __earthinc » Blog Archive »  Why Malaysia’s 2Q2013 GDP growth was mostly about government spending? on  A quick take on 2Q2013 GDP: it’s all government spending!
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