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ON December 7, Wisma Putra launched the new framework for Malaysia’s foreign policy in a post-pandemic world.
With the focus on continuity, the new framework was underpinned by Keluarga Malaysia values in spearheading Malaysia’s strategic direction.
The move made by the Foreign Ministry is welcoming in ensuring Malaysia’s stature at the regional and international fronts remains intact with the key priorities surrounding Covid-19 measures.
The framework touches upon various priorities and the implementation of health diplomacy, digital economy, and cultural diplomacy, among others.
The document will continue to behest at the cardinal of Malaysia’s foreign policy by underscoring the non-alignment principle while proactively engaging multiple stakeholders.
It is also an extension framework by Wisma Putra to set up an overarching strategy to encounter the unprecedented challenges of Covid-19.
However, as we sift through the pandemic for two years and counting, we are in a dire need to act and step up our game beyond the introduction of the new framework.
Due to the overwhelming impact of the pandemic, Malaysia needs a robust mechanism to emphasise the importance of foreign policy that is able to manifest its resilience towards the devastating impact of Covid-19.
Thus, as we are moving towards the recovery phase of the pandemic, it is vital for Malaysia to have constructive involvement through active diplomacy and robust activism at regional and international forums.
Although Wisma Putra has been at the frontier of the diplomatic channel for Malaysia at the highest level, our non-alignment and equidistance policy should not hinder our activism abroad.
We need to be audacious in contending with regional and global issues that may compromise our national interest.
Now is the time for Malaysia to intensify its activism through multiple mechanisms in engaging with emerging issues and challenges abroad.
Our foreign policy has always been under the manifestation of an independent, principled and pragmatic mechanism, in which it has secured Malaysia at the driver’s seat of regional-led organisations.
Malaysia was once known for its activism at international fora in contending for regional autonomy, global south and Muslim ummah causes. But our sturdy stature has faded gradually, and we have to forward our efforts in restoring our strong activism that has vanished.
During the outbreak of Covid-19, developing countries were the ones who suffered from vaccine inequality.
Vaccine diplomacy by the south and small countries seems partially effective in securing the shot and vaccine nationalism has embedded the practice of major countries to exacerbate the inequality.
Though more than 48% of the world’s population has got their first dose of the vaccine, that figure shrinks to barely 3% in low-income countries.