Home » Entries posted by Raymond Woo
Posts by Raymond Woo

Raymond Weng Pong Woo is an economic and public policy consultant with a global consulting firm in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He was a Fulbright Scholar at Cornell University, where he pursued a Master of Public Administration and concentrated on International Development Studies (Law and Development). He holds a Bachelor of Law from Osaka University, Japan, where he specialized in Public International Law. He has years of experience in legal and policy research, journalism and education at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), Osaka University and the United Nations Headquarters. All comments and articles in this blog are entirely the author's own views.
On Post-partisanship

On Post-partisanship

Raymond Woo appeals to the practice of politics beyond party lines.

The Case for a “Sovereign-Debt Restructuring Agency”

The Case for a “Sovereign-Debt Restructuring Agency”

Something for the imminent sovereign default, perhaps?

Read More

A Critique on the Theories of Treaty Compliance

A Critique on the Theories of Treaty Compliance

The inner-workings of treaties and its diverse approaches.

Read More

The LoyarBurok Book Review: “Perak: A State Of Crisis” – Necessary Reading For Conscientious Malaysians [w/VIDEO]

The LoyarBurok Book Review: “Perak: A State Of Crisis” – Necessary Reading For Conscientious Malaysians [w/VIDEO]

An imperfect record of the Perak Crisis, but nevertheless necessary reading for all conscientious Malaysians keen on preserving liberty and democracy. A useful tool, perhaps, in proactively combating the looming constitutional crisis in Selangor, 2011?

Read More