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Reexamining East Malaysian Security in an Age of Growing Threats

Reexamining East Malaysian Security in an Age of Growing Threats

By Karisma Putera Abd Rahman and Fikry A. Rahman
Non-traditional security threats, such as kidnapping, crossborder terrorist infiltration, and illegal migration, call for renewed attention to the country's Bornean provinces.

‘Sarawak First’ Triumphs as GPS Dominates in Malaysian State Polls

‘Sarawak First’ Triumphs as GPS Dominates in Malaysian State Polls

By Alifah Zainuddin
While Sarawakians want more autonomy to govern, they are willing to live with Putrajaya for now.
Malaysia Readies for Crucial Sarawak State Elections

Malaysia Readies for Crucial Sarawak State Elections

By Sebastian Strangio
The elections fall amidst an upswing in pro-autonomy sentiment in the eastern Malaysian state.

James Chin on MA63 and the Return of State Nationalism in Malaysia

James Chin on MA63 and the Return of State Nationalism in Malaysia

By Sebastian Strangio
Calls for increased autonomy for Sabah and Sarawak are once again on the agenda in Malaysian politics.

Malaysian Cabotage Policy Agitates Old Wounds in the Country’s East

Malaysian Cabotage Policy Agitates Old Wounds in the Country’s East

By Tharishini Krishnan
Malaysia's burdensome maritime regulations have put the question of autonomy for Sabah and Sarawak back on the agenda.

BorneoExit: Independence for East Malaysia?

BorneoExit: Independence for East Malaysia?

By Robert Bociaga
Longstanding tensions between East Malaysia and Peninsular Malaysia have some seeking autonomy – or even secession.

Malaysia's New Political Tsunami

Malaysia's New Political Tsunami

By Michio Ueda
What led to the historic election result -- and where does Malaysia go from here?
Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister

Stunning Honesty From Sarawak's New Chief Minister

By Luke Hunt
Adenan Satem shocks observers by calling out the state’s rampant corruption.

Taib Mahmud’s Really Excellent Retirement

Taib Mahmud’s Really Excellent Retirement

By Luke Hunt
Sarawak’s chief minister steps down with an impressive fortune, and a barrage of legal assaults.

Global Witness Video Exposes Alleged Corruption in Sarawak

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

Anwar Ibrahim Unveils Election Pledges

Anwar Ibrahim Unveils Election Pledges

Opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim has announced his manifesto for Malaysia’s upcoming elections.

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