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Not One More Child: Dealing with Sex Crimes Against Children in Malaysia
September 13, 2017
Not One More Child: Dealing with Sex Crimes Against Children in Malaysia
The government has rolled out laudable measures but the public understanding of such heinous crimes remains woefully inadequate.
Not One More Child: Dealing with Sex Crimes Against Children in Malaysia
Malaysia’s Reckoning With the Islamic State
September 03, 2017
Malaysia’s Reckoning With the Islamic State
With ISIS being pushed out of Iraq and Syria, is Malaysia ready?
Malaysia’s Reckoning With the Islamic State
Malaysia’s Forest City and the Damage Done
August 30, 2017
Malaysia’s Forest City and the Damage Done
Taking a closer look at a sultan's grand $100-billion megaproject in Johor.
Malaysia’s Forest City and the Damage Done
Intolerance Rising: Atheists at Risk in Malaysia
August 22, 2017
Intolerance Rising: Atheists at Risk in Malaysia
Atheist groups test the limits of secularism in Kuala Lumpur.
Intolerance Rising: Atheists at Risk in Malaysia
Actually, Malaysia’s Multi-Ethnic Coalition Died in 1969
July 08, 2017
Actually, Malaysia’s Multi-Ethnic Coalition Died in 1969
Those who believe that the BN is a genuine multi-ethnic coalition have simply fallen for the slick propaganda.
Actually, Malaysia’s Multi-Ethnic Coalition Died in 1969
Islamic Fashion on the Rise in Malaysia
May 17, 2017
Islamic Fashion on the Rise in Malaysia
As many Muslim women choose to dress modestly, more brands are joining this juicy market
Islamic Fashion on the Rise in Malaysia
Is the North Korea Crisis a Gift for Malaysia’s Najib?
March 13, 2017
Is the North Korea Crisis a Gift for Malaysia’s Najib?
Despite the scandals, Malaysian prime minister has the moral high ground.
Is the North Korea Crisis a Gift for Malaysia’s Najib?
Time for ASEAN to Take Human Rights Seriously
February 25, 2017
Time for ASEAN to Take Human Rights Seriously
To serve as a model regional organization, ASEAN can no longer ignore human rights violations.
Time for ASEAN to Take Human Rights Seriously
Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
December 27, 2016
Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
Pacific Money hands out some presents to the political winners and losers across the Asia-Pacific in 2016.
Asia’s 2016 Winners and Losers
Just How United <em>Is</em> ASEAN Against China Over the South China Sea?
June 24, 2016
Just How United Is ASEAN Against China Over the South China Sea?
Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss ASEAN unity and North Korea's recent Musudan missile testing.
Just How United Is ASEAN Against China Over the South China Sea?
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Move Toward Patrols in Sulu-Sulawesi Seas
June 21, 2016
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Move Toward Patrols in Sulu-Sulawesi Seas
The three states have been redoubling joint efforts to address problems in the Sulu-Sulawesi seas.
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Move Toward Patrols in Sulu-Sulawesi Seas
The ASEAN-China Special Meeting Mystery: Bureaucratic Snafu or Chinese Heavy-Handedness?
June 17, 2016
The ASEAN-China Special Meeting Mystery: Bureaucratic Snafu or Chinese Heavy-Handedness?
Was ASEAN consensus undermined or is there a more mundane bureaucratic explanation for the confusion surrounding the statement?
The ASEAN-China Special Meeting Mystery: Bureaucratic Snafu or Chinese Heavy-Handedness?
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
June 17, 2016
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
The Yunnan to Singapore rail link should be a showcase for the Chinese strategy, but it too faces hurdles.
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
May 05, 2016
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
As Southeast Asian pirates turn to abductions, what can regional states do?
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
Bumpy Start for Malaysia’s First Sharia-Compliant Airline
April 05, 2016
Bumpy Start for Malaysia’s First Sharia-Compliant Airline
Delays, canceled flights and handwritten boarding passes.
Bumpy Start for Malaysia’s First Sharia-Compliant Airline
ISIS, Malaysia, and the Risks of Lost Moral Authority
March 22, 2016
ISIS, Malaysia, and the Risks of Lost Moral Authority
The Malaysian government may have lost its moral authority, but that doesn’t mean ISIS threats aren’t real.
ISIS, Malaysia, and the Risks of Lost Moral Authority
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