Moreover political resources in comparison with Malaysia are said to be an instruments of nation-states thereby use of political resources often interacts particularly with economic resources vice versa. However to the mere of international realists, a nation-state’s international status is often reflected by its national power, including its military, economy, national will, social cohesion, literacy rate etc. As a matter of fact there is a notion which says that if a country’s looks stronger is dependent upon the country’s national power which improves international status level with greater ability to influence the global arena. Indeed international standing can be established in the decision-making process of unilateral organizations. Another example of international relations strength is on economic resources which are upon foreign trade; overseas deal and foreign aid are the most popular economic resources...
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...mpromise of citizenship to non-Malays. Also association (MCA) and Malayan Indian Congress (MIC)), led by a conservative Western-educated male elite from the respective ethnic groups, formally assumed control on 31 August 1957. Therefore in comparison between Malaysia and Singapore then one will come to a conclusions that upon the consequence of vision 2020 in general term with the inculcation of the information technology sector Malaysian workers were increasingly keen to occupy low-wage and low-skill jobs phenomenon.
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