Mahathir Mohamed will stand as Pakatan Harapan’s presidential nominee in GE14. Will his latest comeback make any difference in Malaysia?
A biased election coalition allows the incumbent party to carve up election constituencies as it pleases. This has led to a breakdown in Malaysian democracy.
Malaysia needs to relook at its labour policies to match its economic reality better. The weakening of ringgit is just one of the many challenges.
Pakatan Harapan has still not named its candidate for the upcoming general election. The key battle-zones are already shaping up for a hard-fought election in 2018.
Mahathir Mohamad claimed that the Malaysian government could go bankrupt. Is there any truth in his claim?
Malaysian banks are cutting exposure to oil and gas (O&G)-based loans. While the banks save themselves, O&G companies are struggling harder to stay afloat.
Najib claims his government has reduced poverty in Malaysia. In reality, the country is approaching a crisis.
Demand for Malaysian durians soars in China. It signals the imminent arrival of opportunities and potential challenges to durian farmers.
MP Hasan Arifin’s comments fuel the debate of English-medium schools. The government must protect the future competitiveness of the Malaysian workforce.
The Sultan of Johor approved a design for the Johor-Singapore rail link. Its success depends on two companies with chequered pasts.