Jia Hui Lee
Jia Hui Lee
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Najib Razak: Why Malaysia Faces a Difficult Time Ahead

Despite winning the election, Malaysia's ruling coalition faces a challenging time governing the country as it struggles with ongoing allegations of electoral fraud and a restless opposition.

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Church of England Lifts Ban On Gay Male Bishops, If They're Celibate

The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement welcomed the decision but said that gay bishops should not have to be celibate.

UFC Fighters and Casino Workers Share More in Common Than Just Gay Rights

The Fertitta brothers, who own the UFC, also own the Station casinos in the Las Vegas Strip, where workers are trying to organize for a fair process to join the union.
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Gay Marriage Could Soon Be Legal in the UK, But For the Wrong Reasons

PM Cameron's support for gay marriage will try to mitigate his growing unpopularity among students, workers, the disabled, and the elderly, who have been hardest hit by his austerity measures.
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Joe Biden Transgender Rights: Why Obama Administration Will Need Extra Push for Trans Rights

Last week, Joe Biden called transgender rights the "civil rights issue of our time." But what is really the Obama-Biden administration's record on transgender rights?
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Obama Drone Strikes: UN Will Launch Investigations into Obama Terror War

Whichever candidate is elected president next week already has his work cut out for him. He will have to answer to UN investigations into civilian deaths caused by U.S. drone attacks.

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Obama vs Romney: When It Comes to Women Voters, All Campaigns Offer Is Talk

Women’s rights issues have been slowly eroding away, and we have yet to see either campaign propose anything concrete to fight it.
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Jill Stein Arrest: Why the CPD Shutting Out Third Party Candidates Like Gary Johnson Matters

The CPD's exclusion of third party candidates like Jill Stein, Gary Johnson, and Virgil Goode from the presidential debates is limiting democracy in the United States.
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Presidential Debates 2012: Why Romney and Obama Must Address Southeast Asia

The discussion of foreign policy in the presidential election has centered around Syria, Libya, Iraq, and Iran — but addressing increasing U.S. presence in Southeast Asia will soon be crucial.
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Real Unemployment Rate Numbers Tell Only Half the Story

New statistics released by BLS show that unemployment figures have dropped to 7.8%, but that doesn't mean that all jobs are created equally.