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What Does Malaysia’s Earthquake Election Mean for Democracy in Southeast Asia?
May 15, 2018

What Does Malaysia’s Earthquake Election Mean for Democracy in Southeast Asia?

By Luke Hunt
The outcome was a rare positive note for the subregion where democracy has been suffering over the past few years.

What Does Malaysia’s Shock Election Result Mean For its Future?
May 10, 2018

What Does Malaysia’s Shock Election Result Mean For its Future?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The end of a historic election also marks the start of a period of uncertainty for the country.
Malaysia’s Election Will Test the Country’s Stability
May 01, 2018

Malaysia’s Election Will Test the Country’s Stability

By Zachary Abuza
The prolonging of the current government risks undermining the nation’s political stability.

The 'Foreign Interference' Blame Game in Malaysia’s Upcoming Election
March 23, 2018

The 'Foreign Interference' Blame Game in Malaysia’s Upcoming Election

By Erin Cook
Accusations are being leveled by both sides as the campaign rhetoric heats up.

How Will PAS Matter in Malaysia’s Election?
March 22, 2018

How Will PAS Matter in Malaysia’s Election?

By David Hutt
The conservative Islamic party could play an important role in upcoming polls or thereafter.

Malaysia's General Election: The Battleground States
February 01, 2018

Malaysia's General Election: The Battleground States

By Karl C.L. Lee and S.K. Chia
The new general election will feature a localization of electoral politics unseen in Malaysian political history.

The Unsinkable Najib Razak
June 19, 2017

The Unsinkable Najib Razak

By Luke Hunt
Even as 1MDB and other scandals claim further scalps, Malaysia's prime minister is expected to win the next election.
Malaysia’s Helpless Liberals
August 17, 2015

Malaysia’s Helpless Liberals

By Shaun Tan
The opposition response to scandals and growing repression has been weak.

The Pivot and Democratic Regression in Southeast Asia
October 04, 2014

The Pivot and Democratic Regression in Southeast Asia

By Joshua Kurlantzick
Could the U.S. pivot to Asia have encouraged authoritarianism in the region?

Interview: Anwar Ibrahim
April 24, 2014

Interview: Anwar Ibrahim

By Jarni Blakkarly
The Malaysian opposition leader talks about his impending return to jail, political oppression and Obama's visit.

Australia’s Realist Malaysian Policy
May 08, 2013

Australia’s Realist Malaysian Policy

FM Carr says Australia’s policy towards Malaysia will be guided by economic interests regardless of allegations of voter fraud.

PM Najib Dissolves Malaysian Government, Poll Pending
April 04, 2013

PM Najib Dissolves Malaysian Government, Poll Pending

After threatening to do so for two years, Malaysian PM Najib Razak has finally called for elections.

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