Malaysia’s economic reforms are under question, writes GREG LOPEZ. The term ’middle-income trap’ possibly first entered Malaysia’s official policy lexicon when Premier Najib Razak (pictured
The recent ousting of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra reflects a judiciary that has become politically interventionist and remarkably powerful, writes KEVIN HEWISON. In May 2014,
Long regarded as peripheral to the mainstream Islamic world, Indonesia could have much to teach the Middle East about Muslim democracy, writes JEAN GELMAN TAYLOR.
Corruption and social injustice underlie the recent violent demonstrations in Cambodia, writes JONATHAN BOGAIS. Nineteen governments gathered to sign the Paris Peace Agreements on 23
Afghans have shown their determination to defy the Taliban and support a democratic future, writes Nematullah Bizhan The Afghan presidential election on 5 April reflected
The disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370, writes AMRITA MALHI, has become enmired in Malaysian politics. On Saturday 8 March, Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared.