Malaysia

Syariah in Malaysia

Read Aston Paiva's full paper on Syariah in Malaysia

5 years ago

The Great Malaysian Plot Twists

Michelle Chan ends a two-year hiatus.

5 years ago

Saya Nombor 26

Petisyen untuk menyokong 25 Tokoh Melayu

6 years ago

Is Malaysia an Islamic State?

Tamir Moustafa dissects and distils one of his learned academic articles.

6 years ago

On the Fruitless Debate over an Islamic vs a Secular State

Andrew Yong's attempt at shedding light without generating too much heat.

6 years ago

Defund Jakim and Jawi

Jakim and Jawi are as much a disgrace to Islam as they are to Malaysia.

7 years ago

Malaysian elections, malapportionment, and redelineation

Malaysia’s malapportionment is reason for concern.

7 years ago

Ask Lord Bobo: Atheism and time travel in Malaysia

His Supreme Eminenceness provides the answers.

7 years ago

Putrajaya: The Actors (Prologue)

Presenting a LoyarBurok exclusive, a Malaysian serialised novel, Putrajaya: The Actors by H.N. Roman.

7 years ago

Thinking Aloud in the Case of Bible Seizures

King Chai calls on Malaysians to just sit down, breathe, and think for a minute.

7 years ago

Attorney-General or Pamphleteer-General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 2)

Part 2 of this article examines the structural flaws that result in today’s shockingly lack of independence and accountability by…

7 years ago

Attorney-General or Pamphleteer-General? – A Reform Long Due (Part 1)

Part 1 examines the (utter) failure of our current Attorney-General in carrying out his duties.

7 years ago

Lim Guan Eng Is A Hero, Not A “Tokong”

Vince Tan pens a tribute to Lim Guan Eng and his memorable political career thus far.

7 years ago

Al-Maunah and the Lashkar-e-Toiba: Who Wins the War against the State?

Chris Hooper analyses treason and capital punishment in the context of India and Malaysia.

7 years ago

Just Not Normal

Nathalie Kee examines the realities of the mentally-ill in Malaysian society.

7 years ago

Nov 7th Forum On International Human Rights Conventions

Must attend forum on international human rights law

7 years ago

Malaysia’s Obstacles in Achieving Vision 2020

Wan Hong envisions a future beyond Malaysia's unique malaise -- the middle income trap.

7 years ago

In the Economy, Where Does the Ordinary Rakyat Stand?

Wan Hong gives a brief economic lesson and helps us figure out who to blame when costs of living increase.

7 years ago