Governments must respond to COVID-19 by strengthening social protections and international cooperation, according to a new report by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Mahathir’s resignation: A look at how the media responded to the biggest story of the week.
Coronavirus: A look at how the media responded to the biggest story of the week.
Malaysia is making her mark as a Southeast Asian digital hub and serves as a strong case study on the promises and challenges the digital economy faces in bridging the urban-rural divide.
The businessman accused of orchestrating the 1MDB scandal secured asylum from an unnamed country. The move complicates efforts to bring him to justice.
As India and Malaysia attempt to settle a dispute over palm oil, the bout shows how quickly nationalists are willing to threaten international norms, from accountability for human rights abuses to trade relations.
New details in the 1MDB trial point to a conspiracy between Najib and the Chinese government to defraud Malaysian taxpayers through overpriced infrastructure projects. Despite its renegotiation, does the East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) need an independent investigation?
Come 2020, most of ASEAN’s citizens could find themselves paying more for digital services. Indonesia is the latest ASEAN nation to draft new tax legislation on online products and services.
ASEAN’s universities are struggling to compete. But the same forces that are pushing them to the brink can pull them to safety.
Ahnbhalagan Muthu died in prison in Penang last month. His wife claims he was severely beaten shortly before his death. His is the latest in a series of tragic cases highlighting issues with Malaysia’s prisons.