With Malaysia's Parliament now dissolved in the official rush to GE14's polling day, Sabah and Sarawak are again crucial states determining the winning coalition.
Closer scrutiny of Malaysian elections since the era of Najib Razak's father can sharpen the contrasts over winning—and losing—legitimacy.
Sophie Lemiere explores the nexus between UMNO and gangsterism in this four part article.
The TPP is diametrically opposed to the government's economic philosophy. What are Premier Najib Razak's options?
The dissonance between Abe and Najib is explained by the current status of their long dominant parties
The problem with the ETP is not the diagnosis, but the prescription.
The condemnation of UMNO is increasingly becoming mainstream. Does this signal a change of what the international community thinks of UMNO?
A national unity government has so much to give Malaysia, but there are too many forces against this reality.
Is Najib Razak, Prime Minister of Malaysia, pursuing the military strategy of Roman dictator Fabius Maximus, who was known as Fabius the Delayer?
Until and unless this supreme ideology of Malay/Muslim supremacy is removed, Malaysian politicians will be constrained in making the necessary institutional reforms to move Malaysia towards long term sustainable growth.