In this webinar, Mr Liew Chin Tong revisited the sets of political, economic, and social ideas or ‘political orders’ that have sustained previous eras of Malaysian politics.
In this webinar, Emeritus Prof Datuk Dr Shad Saleem Faruqui spoke on the key challenges impeding the full functioning of Malaysia’s Parliament. He also lays out key reforms for revitalizing this foundational institution.
In this webinar, Dr Serina Rahman discussed the status of Malaysia’s nearshore fishermen, drawing on a more-than-a-decade-long ethnographic study of a fishing community in the western Tebrau Strait.
In this webinar, Dato’ Dr Abdul Rahman Embong discussed the making and remaking of political coalitions and alliances through history to the newly minted UMNO-led government under PM Ismail Sabri Yaakob in the present.
In this webinar, Datuk P Kamalanathan and Mr Gan Ping Sieu explored Barisan Nasional’s recent decisions, current thinking in the coalition, as well as plans for the future from the perspective of two original members, the Malaysian Chinese Association and the Malaysian Indian Congress.
In this webinar, Zunar, one of Malaysia’s foremost cartoonists, shares his philosophy, craft, and technique of his art.
In this webinar, YB Anthony Loke analyses key transport initiatives put forward during Pakatan Harapan’s tenure and compares and contrasts them with the emerging transport policy framework advanced by Perikatan Nasional.
In this webinar, Prof Khoo Boo Teik talked about the two failed power transitions between Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Anwar Ibrahim, which had played out prominently over the last 40 years of Malaysian politics.
In this webinar, YB Zairil Khir Johari reflects on the challenges facing Pakatan Harapan’s Malay leadership, and explore whether there are any alternative leaders, should the current crop of Malay leaders remain unable to convince voters.
In this webinar, YB Chang Lih Kang discussed structural shifts in Malaysia’s political landscape in recent years.