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Philippines Remains Aloof From French Court’s Sulu Ruling
August 03, 2022

Philippines Remains Aloof From French Court’s Sulu Ruling

By Sebastian Strangio
The ruling in favor of the heirs of the Sulu Sultanate has reopened the question of Manila's longstanding claim over the Malaysian state of Sabah.

Sulu Heirs’ Seizure of Petronas Assets Another Headache for Malaysia
July 29, 2022

Sulu Heirs’ Seizure of Petronas Assets Another Headache for Malaysia

By Imran Said
An audacious legal claim by the heirs of a long-vanished sultanate has awakened a dormant dispute over the Malaysian state of Sabah.
Conflict Threatens East Malaysia – Again
September 11, 2013

Conflict Threatens East Malaysia – Again

The MNLF has vowed to defend their ethnic kin amid Malaysia’s crackdown on illegal immigrants.

Malaysia Initiates Another Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants
September 03, 2013

Malaysia Initiates Another Crackdown on Illegal Immigrants

Illegal immigrants are being forced to leave Malaysia. Their home countries are preparing for the exodus.

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.

Thai Deaths Cast Doubts over Malaysian Diplomacy
May 27, 2013

Thai Deaths Cast Doubts over Malaysian Diplomacy

Continuing violence in Thailand’s south has cast doubt on Malaysia’s capacity as a peace facilitator.

ASEAN Urges a Youthful Lead for ASEAN Economic Community
May 21, 2013

ASEAN Urges a Youthful Lead for ASEAN Economic Community

ASEAN needs more of two things: solidarity and youth involvement.

Dirty Tricks Alleged on Malaysia’s Campaign Trail
April 16, 2013

Dirty Tricks Alleged on Malaysia’s Campaign Trail

Websites have allegedly been hacked and radio stations jammed leading up to Malaysia’s May elections.

Religion, Race and Politics: ASEAN’s Gordian Knot
March 26, 2013

Religion, Race and Politics: ASEAN’s Gordian Knot

It’s time for ASEAN to play a constructive role in tackling religious and racial tensions across the region.

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.

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.

Manila to Talk with Kirams Amid Sabah’s Deadly Insurgency
March 13, 2013

Manila to Talk with Kirams Amid Sabah’s Deadly Insurgency

Manila’s talks with the Sultan of Sulu bode poorly for Malaysia’s stability and add legitimacy to outdated claims.

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