Don't underestimate the Muslim-Arab group working for a ceasefire via diplomacy
In the present Hamas-Israel war, the unity of the Arab countries is the most solid compared to previous Arab-Israel conflicts.
The plan for Israel to supply natural gas to Europe
Israel seems to be in a big hurry to flush out all Palestinians in the Gaza Strip to the Sinai Desert in Egypt because there is the economic dimension of the Greater Israel project.
The world on the brink of a major war?
While it has not used the word 'war', the US for one appears to be on a war footing.
The decline of the US empire
Some realists maintain a balance-of-power system is more stable than one with a dominant state, although this theory is today discredited.
A way forward to forming the govt
With Barisan Nasional MPs saying they will take a backseat, Perikatan Nasional's Muhyiddin Yassin is left as the leader with the most support.
What the Westminster model really says about who gets first shot at govt
The Westminster model is based on political parties, not coalitions.
Predictions by pollsters and the outcome of GE15
As the last day of campaigning comes to a close, it looks like either PN or PH will emerge victorious with a wafer-thin majority.
How Rafizi's move to checkmate his rivals breaks into pieces
The PKR deputy president's challenge for others to declare their assets as well is pointless as asset declarations are not compulsory under the law for election candidates.
The most difficult election outcome to predict
While the contest may well be among Barisan Nasional, Pakatan Harapan and Perikatan Nasional, it's anyone's guess who will emerge the victor on Nov 19.
When should GE15 be held?
The question is, can a general election be held less than five years after the first parliamentary session and if yes, how much earlier?
What does Umno really want?
While Umno has decided against officially joining the Perikatan Nasional coalition, it has not withdrawn its support for the government.
Politicians bringing the country down into the abyss?
Only time will tell if the third wave of Covid-19 will morph into a fourth due to a snap election, or if the economy will collapse because of the never-ending politicking.