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What Does the Cameron Highlands By-Election Mean for Malaysian Politics?
January 25, 2019

What Does the Cameron Highlands By-Election Mean for Malaysian Politics?

By Marcus Tantau
The poll will be an early test of the PH’s performance – and the BN’s resilience.

Malaysia’s Foreign Policy Challenges Loom After its 2018 Elections
May 09, 2018

Malaysia’s Foreign Policy Challenges Loom After its 2018 Elections

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Irrespective of the outcome, the country faces some critical challenges that need to be addressed.
Old Politics and New Media: Social Media and Malaysia’s 2018 Elections
May 08, 2018

Old Politics and New Media: Social Media and Malaysia’s 2018 Elections

By Najwa Abdullah and Amalina Anuar
A closer look at what social media means for the country’s elections and its future.

Stage is Set for Malaysia’s 2018 Election
April 13, 2018

Stage is Set for Malaysia’s 2018 Election

By Luke Hunt
The country will head to the polls on May 9.

Malaysia’s Long History of Election Rigging
January 11, 2018

Malaysia’s Long History of Election Rigging

By Shrish Srivastava
Opposition candidate Mahathir Mohammed is just as guilty as current Prime Minister Najib Razak.

Where Is the New Malaysia-Saudi Arabia Counterterrorism Center?
April 18, 2017

Where Is the New Malaysia-Saudi Arabia Counterterrorism Center?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Both sides continue to make progress on the establishment of the new institution.

When Will Malaysia Hold Its Next Election?
September 29, 2016

When Will Malaysia Hold Its Next Election?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A look at the speculation that the country may hold early polls before it needs to in 2018.
Malaysia's Recent Elections Weren't Just About Najib's Popularity
June 25, 2016

Malaysia's Recent Elections Weren't Just About Najib's Popularity

By Rui Hao Puah
The twin by-elections need to be properly understood.

Malaysia’s Najib Has Little to Cheer Over Sarawak Triumph
May 11, 2016

Malaysia’s Najib Has Little to Cheer Over Sarawak Triumph

By Luke Hunt
The election win is rooted in local rather than national factors.

Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights
February 10, 2015

Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Court upholds Anwar Ibrahim's conviction, threatening to end his political career.

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.
Malaysia Splits as UMNO Cracks Down on Dissent
June 03, 2013

Malaysia Splits as UMNO Cracks Down on Dissent

Post-election events in Malaysia have been worrying, and are tarnishing the country’s image.

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