Malaysian Opposition Rallies for Anwar
March 11, 2015
Malaysian Opposition Rallies for Anwar
Thousands march to press for the release of opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim.
Malaysian Opposition Rallies for Anwar
Malaysia After The Anwar Verdict
March 02, 2015
Malaysia After The Anwar Verdict
The strategy director of Malaysia’s opposition party on the imprisonment of its leader Anwar Ibrahim.
Malaysia After The Anwar Verdict
Can Malaysia’s Opposition Survive Anwar’s Jail Term?
February 22, 2015
Can Malaysia’s Opposition Survive Anwar’s Jail Term?
The parties that make up the opposition are not a natural fit. Can they hold together?
Can Malaysia’s Opposition Survive Anwar’s Jail Term?
A Setback for Democracy in Malaysia?
February 13, 2015
A Setback for Democracy in Malaysia?
"The future of democracy in Malaysia is at stake."
A Setback for Democracy in Malaysia?
Malaysia’s Idea of Independence Leaves Others Wondering
February 13, 2015
Malaysia’s Idea of Independence Leaves Others Wondering
The authorities have been quick – very quick – in responding to the Anwar verdict and its fallout.
Malaysia’s Idea of Independence Leaves Others Wondering
Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights
February 10, 2015
Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights
Court upholds Anwar Ibrahim's conviction, threatening to end his political career.
Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights
Malaysia, US Spar Over Human Rights
December 12, 2014
Malaysia, US Spar Over Human Rights
Malaysia summons U.S. envoy after a week of criticism for its tarnished human rights record
Malaysia, US Spar Over Human Rights
Malaysia’s Growing Climate of Repression Gets Ignored
October 25, 2014
Malaysia’s Growing Climate of Repression Gets Ignored
With the focus on Joko in Indonesia, Malaysia's crackdown on the opposition is receiving little attention.
Malaysia’s Growing Climate of Repression Gets Ignored
Malaysia: How Will It Perform on the UN Security Council?
October 17, 2014
Malaysia: How Will It Perform on the UN Security Council?
The country brings some baggage of its own to the Council.
Malaysia: How Will It Perform on the UN Security Council?
Malaysia’s Sedition Debate
September 08, 2014
Malaysia’s Sedition Debate
As the government continues to wield the colonial-era legislation, opposition is mounting.
Malaysia’s Sedition Debate
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
August 04, 2014
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
An attempt by the Australian government to suppress details of a corruption case has backfired.
Wikileaks Reveals ‘Unprecedented’ Media Silencing in Australia
Could Obama Inspire Young Malaysians?
May 04, 2014
Could Obama Inspire Young Malaysians?
The president’s speech at the University of Malaya foreshadows a titanic demographic shift in Southeast Asia.
Could Obama Inspire Young Malaysians?
Obama Won’t Meet Anwar, But Susan Rice Will
April 26, 2014
Obama Won’t Meet Anwar, But Susan Rice Will
The US compromise will be likely to please nobody.
Obama Won’t Meet Anwar, But Susan Rice Will
Why Obama Should Meet Anwar Ibrahim in Malaysia
April 25, 2014
Why Obama Should Meet Anwar Ibrahim in Malaysia
Meeting the popular opposition leader would be consistent with US democratic ideals.
Why Obama Should Meet Anwar Ibrahim in Malaysia
Interview: Anwar Ibrahim
April 24, 2014
Interview: Anwar Ibrahim
The Malaysian opposition leader talks about his impending return to jail, political oppression and Obama's visit.
Interview: Anwar Ibrahim
Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?
April 12, 2014
Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?
During his upcoming visit, the U.S. president should not ignore the serious recent setbacks in Malaysian democracy.
Obama in Malaysia: A Strategic Partnership?
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