By using the 1MDB scandal for political gain, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad risks throwing relations with China into lasting disarray.
All races are equal, but are some races more equal than others?
As plans for Malaysia’s most ambitious development project yet in Negeri Sembilan are unveiled, has the government learned the lessons of the many previous failures?
President Duterte made a presidential campaign promise to win back the disputed territory of Sabah. He already knew he would never be able to deliver.
Proton is a celebrated embodiment of Malaysian pride and industry. A projected sale of its majority stake to a Chinese firm has stirred sentiments of a national loss.
With Malaysian general elections potentially taking place later this year, the person in the spotlight will undoubtedly be Prime Minister Najib Razak. How has his leadership shaped Malaysia, and who are his potential opponents for the seat of Prime Minister?
Against the backdrop of wave after wave of corruption scandals and rising opposition in Malaysia, Prime Minister Dato’ Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak seems – paradoxically – more securely entrenched than ever.
Mahathir Mohamad is using lucrative new Chinese development projects to stir up racist sentiment and attack Prime Minister Najib. This is not only a lie but a dangerous one at that.
The last 12 months will go down in history as a time of change, unrest, death and rebirth. It is a year that will be remembered, a year that many will happily cheer out the door come December 31, and a year that has changed all of our lives.
LinkedinTwitterFacebook2Mahathir Mohamad has reentered the forefront of Malaysian politics, hungry to ensure his dynasty continues through his son. But in doing so he risks his…