Editor, Rebirth: Reformasi, Resistance, and Hope in New Malaysia
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Webinar: Anwar Ibrahim’s long walk to power, and what comes next
After 30 years striving to claim Malaysia’s top job, Anwar Ibrahim became Malaysia’s 10th prime minister on 24 November at a critical time in the history of the country and region.
James Chin podcast: State elections and the future of Malaysia’s national politics
This week’s state elections in Malaysia have big implications ahead of national polls expected in the next several months.
Reinventing Singapore in the Age of COVID
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has warned his people face a harsher world in which countries will fight more over how a potentially smaller pie is divided up. Kean Wong analyses the challenges facing the city state as it simultaneously engineers a generational transition in its politics and looks to reinvent its economy in the Age of COVID.
Malaysia 2020: A New Series from Asialink Insights
Barely two years after an avowed reformist coalition won an unexpected victory at historic polls in 2018, the implosion of Malaysia’s Pakatan Harapan (PH) government a few weeks ago might seem just as shocking.