In Malaysia, Religious Controversies Threaten Anwar Ibrahim’s Government
By Sophie Lemière
In his attempts to mollify Malay nationalists and Islamic conservatives, Anwar risks alienating his liberal and multi-ethnic support base.
Malaysian Authorities Seize ‘Pride’ Watches in Raids on Swatch Outlets
By Sebastian Strangio
The May 13-14 raids stem from the religious right's growing attack on LGBTQ symbols and expression.
Intolerance Rising: Atheists at Risk in Malaysia
By Justin Higginbottom
Atheist groups test the limits of secularism in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia Grapples With Chilling Case of an Abducted Pastor
By Luke Hunt
Raymond Koh's disappearance is worthy of comparisons with Sombath Somphone.