The “i-Suri” scheme shows the PH government continues to make limited strides toward women’s progress.
Reforming higher education in Malaysia: combating entrenched patronage and racial politics
Pakatan Harapan had promised academic freedom and institutional autonomy for public universities. Can it—or will it—deliver?
What will it take to address poverty in Malaysia?
Despite Malaysia’s record of economic growth since the 1970s, poverty remains a persistent, and especially vexing, problem. How likely is a structural remedy under the new PH government?
The erosion of partisan loyalty and polarisation in Malaysia?
Party-hopping and partisan polarisation have characterised the post-GE14 landscape. What are the implications?
A clamour for Islamic reform in Malaysia: but in which direction under a Divine Bureaucracy?
Can Malaysia's new government depend on its unelected Islamic bureaucracy?
The forgotten voters: the Orang Asli in the Malaysia Baru
"Pengundi yang dilupakan: Orang Asli dan Malaysia Baru"
An interview with Khairy Jamaluddin
BN's former youth chief on how the party is adapting to opposition, and how it wins back power.
Conserving a New Malaysia
Does the change in Malaysian government provide hope for some of the world’s most diverse forests and wildlife?
An interview with Malaysia’s Foreign Minister, Saifuddin Abdullah
Answering New Mandala's questions on the "New Malaysia" and its place in the region and the world.
A Changing Malaysia?
A new series of perspectives on the “Malaysia Baharu” from Malaysian scholars, activists, and policymakers.
Business as usual: regime change and GLCs in Malaysia
Pakatan is using state enterprise as a tool of patronage just as well as Barisan.