COMMENT | Bit by bit, those who want to return to old, corrupt politics are crawling out of the woodwork.
COMMENT | Opening party elections and candidate selection to the broader public is a strong counter to political corruption and endemic infighting.
COMMENT | Will Bersatu follow Umno in breeding snivelling rent seekers? Or will it blaze the path for the truly towering Malay?
COMMENT | The government shouldn't neglect cases that are literally a matter of life and death.
COMMENT | We won’t be fighting the Umno we used to know, and we need strategies that reflect that.
COMMENT | If we do not answer some key questions about Harapan’s future, the dream may be over before it begins.
COMMENT | After yet another mass rally in KL, no worst fears came to pass.
COMMENT | We all have a right to personal opinions but institutional action must be transparently based on objective, verifiable facts.
COMMENT | Was race more an issue in the incident or in its aftermath?
COMMENT | Let’s differentiate between meaningless formalities and substance that matters.
COMMENT | US midterms may offer M'sia vital lessons about navigating political polarisation and Icerd.
COMMENT | Potus should learn how voters react when the top executive removes an attorney-general.
COMMENT | Is the Icerd our most important front in the battle against racism?
COMMENT | I believe the end game is to stop looking at development from an ethnic perspective.
COMMENT | The manifesto is an excellent chance for a government to demonstrate its integrity.
COMMENT | Appointments to government institutions need to balance patronage and denying those with real talent the opportunity to contribute.
COMMENT | Is Rafizi Ramli more popular outside the party than inside it?
COMMENT | As Umno fat cats seek shortcuts back to power, will they go via Bersatu or PKR?
COMMENT | Uncertainty about which party the eighth PM onwards will be from gives rise to political intrigue and shifting alliances.
COMMENT | He still seems to rely on BN era fearmongering, his trademark sarcasm, and a degree of condescension.
COMMENT | In caning two women, Terengganu has violated federal laws, and looks to be challenging federal power.
COMMENT | Reviewing FPTP is a good start, but a whole host of other reforms are still necessary.
COMMENT | Outlining Malaysia’s intelligence and counter-intelligence priorities.