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The Challenge for Najib’s ‘Malay First’ Policy in Malaysia’s Next Election
December 15, 2017

The Challenge for Najib’s ‘Malay First’ Policy in Malaysia’s Next Election

By Erin Cook
The failure to truly address minority concerns may come back to bite the premier in 2018.
Where Are Southeast Asia’s Loyal Oppositions?
November 22, 2017

Where Are Southeast Asia’s Loyal Oppositions?

By David Hutt
A closer look at opposition dynamics at play in the subregion.

Why Southeast Asia's 'Stabilitocracies' Endure
August 11, 2017

Why Southeast Asia's 'Stabilitocracies' Endure

By David Hutt
For many, the price of instability still appears to be too high to pay for democracy to take root.

Actually, Malaysia’s Multi-Ethnic Coalition Died in 1969
July 08, 2017

Actually, Malaysia’s Multi-Ethnic Coalition Died in 1969

By James Chin
Those who believe that the BN is a genuine multi-ethnic coalition have simply fallen for the slick propaganda.

The Unsinkable Najib Razak
June 19, 2017

The Unsinkable Najib Razak

By Luke Hunt
Even as 1MDB and other scandals claim further scalps, Malaysia's prime minister is expected to win the next election.
Malaysia's Defiant Prime Minister: The 1MDB Purge
August 09, 2016

Malaysia's Defiant Prime Minister: The 1MDB Purge

By Dhirenn Nair
Despite a deepening scandal, Najib Razak has strengthened his position by purging his party and government of critics.

Will Malaysia’s Najib Finally Quit?
January 22, 2016

Will Malaysia’s Najib Finally Quit?

By Luke Hunt
Speculation is mounting that the embattled premier may seek a face-saving exit.
Malaysia Rejects Pardon for Jailed Opposition Leader
April 01, 2015

Malaysia Rejects Pardon for Jailed Opposition Leader

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Anwar Ibrahim is running out of options.

Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights
February 10, 2015

Malaysia Jails Opposition Leader in Blow to Rights

By Prashanth Parameswaran
Court upholds Anwar Ibrahim's conviction, threatening to end his political career.

Malaysia Backtracks on Sedition Law
November 29, 2014

Malaysia Backtracks on Sedition Law

By Ankit Panda
The Sedition Act of 1948 will not be repealed in Malaysia.

Malaysian PM Shores-Up Support
October 21, 2013

Malaysian PM Shores-Up Support

Najib Razak’s popularity on the rise as Mahathir Mohammad’s son slips.

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.

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