In this webinar, Prof Khoo Boo Teik shares how Anwar’s vision of a ‘humane economy’ holds personal, ideological and political significance at a specific political juncture in Malaysian history.
In this webinar, Prof Tim Bunnell reviews Malaysia’s Vision 2020 and delves into the geographies of Vision 2020 as a political mode of future-making.
In this webinar, Ms Tricia Yeoh discussed federal-state relations during the Pakatan Harapan government’s administration from 2018 to 2020.
In this webinar, Dr Khoo Boo Teik answers two questions about the powerful ideological force that have dominated Malaysia for the past several decades. How has Malay politics turned more parlous although it dominates a system of ethnic politics, and why does Malay politics in its parlous condition remain a powerful ideological force.
In this webinar, YB Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman presented on issues such as corruption, lack of equal access to education, job loss and furloughed employees, human rights issues, and the clashes between liberalism and conservatism that continue to haunt Malaysia and his motivations for starting MUDA.
In this webinar, Dr Arnold Puyok and Dr Anantha Raman Govindasamy reflect on the results of the freshly concluded polls of the Sabah state election. They unpack the wins and losses, the main factors that played out, and the implications of this historic moment.
In this webinar, YB Wong Shu Qi gave a review of the recently concluded parliamentary session of Malaysia’s new Perikatan Nasional government.
The ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute has launched a new biography authored by Dr Ooi Kee Beng, titled As Empires Fell: The Life and Times of Lee Hau-Shik, the First Finance Minister of Malaya on 27 August 2020.
In this webinar, Dr Johan Ariffin discusses the MA63 issues, the unfulfilled promises by the signatories of MA63, and federal-state relationship with regards to revenue.
In this webinar, YB Tuan Baru Bian shared his insights on politics in Sarawak, and discussed questions such as: will the ruling Sarawak GPS coalition continue to lose Dayak support in the forthcoming state election? And how will the native community rights continue to feature?