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Thailand’s Coup Just One Sign of Southeast Asia’s Regression From Democracy
May 31, 2014

Thailand’s Coup Just One Sign of Southeast Asia’s Regression From Democracy

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Southeast Asia’s rollback from democracy reflects a worrying global trend toward anti-democratic political change.
Power Struggle in Malaysia
February 14, 2014

Power Struggle in Malaysia

By Karam Singh Sethi
The “Allah” crisis is masking a nuanced and historic racial debate in Malaysian politics.

Malaysia: Breaking the Cycle of Malapportionment
February 07, 2014

Malaysia: Breaking the Cycle of Malapportionment

By Tom Burns
Malaysia’s Opposition could look at a South Australian example to overcome an unfair electoral distribution.

Old Malaysian Issues Are New, Again
February 04, 2014

Old Malaysian Issues Are New, Again

By Luke Hunt
Controversy over the use of “Allah” by non-Muslims has religious – and political – underpinnings.

Difficult Post-Election Period Beckons for Malaysia
June 20, 2013

Difficult Post-Election Period Beckons for Malaysia

The opposition is at a crossroads, while the government faces tough challenges.

Malaysia’s Election “Tsunami”
May 10, 2013

Malaysia’s Election “Tsunami”

Following the recent elections, PM Najib Razak is facing the rise of a political “Malaysian tsunami”.

Malaysia’s Ruling Parties Hold onto Power – Barely
May 07, 2013

Malaysia’s Ruling Parties Hold onto Power – Barely

Malaysia’s ruling party has won the recent election by a narrow margin, amid irregularities at the polls.

Malaysians Braced for Election and its Aftermath
May 01, 2013

Malaysians Braced for Election and its Aftermath

Beleaguered Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is expected to prevail at the polls. What happens next is anyone’s guess.

Anwar Ibrahim Unveils Election Pledges
February 27, 2013

Anwar Ibrahim Unveils Election Pledges

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has announced his manifesto for Malaysia’s upcoming elections.

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