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Putting out the Fire: The Water Dispute Between Malaysia and Singapore
July 19, 2018
Putting out the Fire: The Water Dispute Between Malaysia and Singapore
Water has been one of the most contentious items in recent bilateral relations between the two countries.
Putting out the Fire: The Water Dispute Between Malaysia and Singapore
Upgrading Conventional Railways in Asia: A Practical Alternative to High Speed Rail?
July 18, 2018
Upgrading Conventional Railways in Asia: A Practical Alternative to High Speed Rail?
Rather than go all in on HSR now, Southeast Asian countries could focus on upgrading their current narrow gauge systems.
Upgrading Conventional Railways in Asia: A Practical Alternative to High Speed Rail?
Mahathir's National Car Dreams
July 13, 2018
Mahathir's National Car Dreams
A national Malaysian car has long been one of Mahathir’s passions, dovetailing with his support of Malay nationalism.
Mahathir's National Car Dreams
China’s Brain, Malaysia’s Pain
June 06, 2018
China’s Brain, Malaysia’s Pain
Malaysia’s Mahathir should reconsider Alibaba’s city brain first.
China’s Brain, Malaysia’s Pain
Malaysia’s Election Will Test the Country’s Stability
May 01, 2018
Malaysia’s Election Will Test the Country’s Stability
The prolonging of the current government risks undermining the nation’s political stability.
Malaysia’s Election Will Test the Country’s Stability
Will Malaysia Buy Pakistan’s JF-17 Fighter Jet?
April 17, 2018
Will Malaysia Buy Pakistan’s JF-17 Fighter Jet?
Pakistan has been in “primary talks” with Malaysia over the procurement of the JF-17 fighter jet.
Will Malaysia Buy Pakistan’s JF-17 Fighter Jet?
The Real Problem with Malaysia’s Fake News Law
April 05, 2018
The Real Problem with Malaysia’s Fake News Law
The controversy over the law belies deeper issues in the country and the region more generally.
The Real Problem with Malaysia’s Fake News Law
Will Malaysia’s Upcoming Election Put Chinese Investments at Risk?
March 31, 2018
Will Malaysia’s Upcoming Election Put Chinese Investments at Risk?
How much do Chinese investors need to worry about Malaysia’s next election?
Will Malaysia’s Upcoming Election Put Chinese Investments at Risk?
How to Green Malaysian Electricity
March 10, 2018
How to Green Malaysian Electricity
Malaysia continues to be one of the biggest greenhouse gas emitters in ASEAN. What can Kuala Lumpur do?
How to Green Malaysian Electricity
Why Boycotting Malaysia’s Election Makes Sense
February 07, 2018
Why Boycotting Malaysia’s Election Makes Sense
The opposition to the campaign to spoil votes at the polls misses the point.
Why Boycotting Malaysia’s Election Makes Sense
Malaysia's General Election: The Battleground States
February 01, 2018
Malaysia's General Election: The Battleground States
The new general election will feature a localization of electoral politics unseen in Malaysian political history.
Malaysia's General Election: The Battleground States
Asian Geopolitics in 2018: What to Worry About and What to Expect
January 04, 2018
Asian Geopolitics in 2018: What to Worry About and What to Expect
What are the issues and flashpoints that will come to define Asia in 2018?
Asian Geopolitics in 2018: What to Worry About and What to Expect
5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
October 12, 2017
5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
Trade negotiators are meeting next week in South Korea to discuss the RCEP, which could impact billions of lives.
5 Hidden Costs of the RCEP to People and Planet
Malaysia’s Forgotten Jerejak Island
October 05, 2017
Malaysia’s Forgotten Jerejak Island
The island’s rich history is at risk, threatened by the grueling pace of modern development.
Malaysia’s Forgotten Jerejak Island
What is the Future of Integration and Inequality in ASEAN?
September 15, 2017
What is the Future of Integration and Inequality in ASEAN?
Southeast Asia should be more conscious of inequality now while it is still rapidly developing.
What is the Future of Integration and Inequality in ASEAN?
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
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