Malaysia’s general election result had far-reaching consequences. As Mahathir prepares to loosen ties with China, what does that mean for the Philippines?
Mahathir Mohamed has achieved the first democratic transfer of power in Malaysian history. His early selections offer an insight into future policy.
Mahathir Mohamed will stand as Pakatan Harapan’s presidential nominee in GE14. Will his latest comeback make any difference in Malaysia?
Mahathir Mohamad claimed that the Malaysian government could go bankrupt. Is there any truth in his claim?
Little is certain about the next general election in Malaysia. However, the country is unlikely to elect a non-Malay leader.
Mahathir bin Mohammad once shaped Malaysia’s future. Today he jumps and prances to the media to make headlines – even though his time has long since passed.
LinkedinTwitterFacebook225By Vanitha Nadaraj The Panama papers has put additional pressure on Malaysia. The government is already grappling with transparency issues, in the form of a…
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