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The Forgotten Key to Maritime Security in the Sulu-Celebes Seas
March 21, 2019

The Forgotten Key to Maritime Security in the Sulu-Celebes Seas

By Jay Benson
Economic development in coastal communities will help stem the flow of illegal behavior.

Najib Scandal Links in Focus with Ex-Sabah Chief Minister Charges
March 12, 2019

Najib Scandal Links in Focus with Ex-Sabah Chief Minister Charges

By Luke Hunt
The charges against Musa Aman announced last week are just part of the ongoing scrutiny around Najib and his allies in a New Malaysia.
Malaysia's New Political Tsunami
May 12, 2018

Malaysia's New Political Tsunami

By Michio Ueda
What led to the historic election result -- and where does Malaysia go from here?

Malaysia Spotlights Expanded Sulu Sea Trilateral Patrols
April 19, 2018

Malaysia Spotlights Expanded Sulu Sea Trilateral Patrols

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The Southeast Asian state has called for a widening of collaboration this front in recognition of the challenges it faces and the opportunities before it.

Eastern Sabah: Malaysia’s Frontline Against Militancy
January 31, 2018

Eastern Sabah: Malaysia’s Frontline Against Militancy

By Michael Hart
A bolstered security architecture in Sabah and its surrounding waters is having an impact.

Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?
September 16, 2014

Will Malaysia Host US Spy Planes?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Adm. Jonathan Greenert indicated that Malaysia offered to host U.S. spy planes.

Bangsamoro Peace Deal for Mindanao: Where’s the Peace?
April 09, 2014

Bangsamoro Peace Deal for Mindanao: Where’s the Peace?

By Paula Defensor Knack
Hailed as a historic agreement, the latest deal with the MILF has some serious problems.
Sultanate Warns Fresh Conflict in Sabah Possible
January 24, 2014

Sultanate Warns Fresh Conflict in Sabah Possible

By Luke Hunt
Last year’s violence may be repeated if Esmail Kiram II sends troops across the border.

Bad Neighbors and Evil Foreigners in Southeast Asia
July 10, 2013

Bad Neighbors and Evil Foreigners in Southeast Asia

Southeast Asian nations continue to play the blame game, even as ASEAN moves ahead with integration.

Sabah and the War of Meanings
March 25, 2013

Sabah and the War of Meanings

Fighting in Sabah may have ended, but the war of meanings surrounding the Sulu Sultan’s claims is ongoing.

March 21, 2013

Global Witness Video Exposes Alleged Corruption in Sarawak

NGO Global Witness has captured evidence of possible corruption in Sarawak’s logging industry.

Filipinos Look to the UN, ASEAN for Help in Sabah
March 14, 2013

Filipinos Look to the UN, ASEAN for Help in Sabah

The crisis in Sabah is long from over, but for the moment efforts should shift to humanitarian concerns.

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