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UMNO and PAS: A Frenemy Marriage?
September 18, 2019

UMNO and PAS: A Frenemy Marriage?

By Michio Ueda
The new Malay-Muslim alliance between two major opposition forces could accelerate further polarization of Malaysian politics.

School Curriculum Changes Ramp up Racial Tensions in Malaysia
August 22, 2019

School Curriculum Changes Ramp up Racial Tensions in Malaysia

By Marcus Tantau
Outrage erupts from Malaysia’s minorities as the government tries to add Arabic calligraphy to the primary school curriculum.
Malaysia Changes Its Voting Age
July 19, 2019

Malaysia Changes Its Voting Age

By Marcus Tantau
Malaysia’s political landscape shifts as lawmakers vote to lower the country’s voting age.

Has the Paint Dried on Malaysia’s Protest Art?
May 29, 2019

Has the Paint Dried on Malaysia’s Protest Art?

By Michael Beltran
Radical street artist Fahmi Reza reflects on Malaysia a year after Najib’s fall.

What Does the Cameron Highland By-Election Mean for the Orang Asli?
February 02, 2019

What Does the Cameron Highland By-Election Mean for the Orang Asli?

By Scott Edwards
There is a sense of optimism on the ground that the ingredients for meaningful change are finally present.

Making Democracy Work in Malaysia
February 01, 2019

Making Democracy Work in Malaysia

By Khoo Ying Hooi
How are civil society organizations faring under the new Malaysian government?

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.
No Silver Bullet for Fake News in a New Malaysia
January 12, 2019

No Silver Bullet for Fake News in a New Malaysia

By Harris Zainul
The Anti-Fake News Act (AFNA) 2018 should be repealed, but Malaysia’s leaders need to work on a suitable replacement.

Mahathir’s Ethnic and Religious Challenges in Malaysia
December 14, 2018

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.

Why the GST Became Malaysia's Public Enemy Number One
October 16, 2018

Why the GST Became Malaysia's Public Enemy Number One

By Li Xirui
The death knell of the Goods and Services Tax was based on political, not economic, calculations.

Mahathir Sets New Course for Malaysia in First 100 Days
August 18, 2018

Mahathir Sets New Course for Malaysia in First 100 Days

By Ed Ratcliffe
Evaluating Malaysia's new government 100 days after its surprising election win.
Japan’s Lessons for Malaysia
July 01, 2018

Japan’s Lessons for Malaysia

By Nithin Coca
Japan’s 2009 election experience has lessons for Malaysia’s first opposition government.

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