What to Make of South Thailand’s COVID Quasi-Ceasefire
By Jason Johnson
Amid a short-term peace in Thailand’s Muslim far south, insurgent leaders are looking for a better opportunity for negotiations.
Mahathir’s Ethnic and Religious Challenges in Malaysia
By Abdulreza Alami
His latest stint as prime minister poses a difficult test: balancing the interests of Muslim Malays and minority groups.
In Malaysia, It’s Two Words for One God
In a landmark decision, Malaysian Appeals Court bans “Allah” from Christian newspaper.