How the West degraded the crime of genocide
The Western media has refused to describe what is happening in Gaza as genocide, citing a lack of evidence for the term.
One man's whipping is another man's DNAA
Questions are raised about the sentencing of Muar MP Syed Saddiq Syed Abdul Rahman.
Don't pass the constitutional amendment buck to rulers
These amendments to the constitution relating to the granting of citizenship were proposed by Anwar Ibrahim’s Madani government and did not arise from the Conference of Rulers.
On the home minister's qualifications to evaluate books on Marx
Is Malaysia's intellectual state to be dictated by a home minister with questionable experiential and educational credentials?
Unmasking Malaysia's National Day charades
As the years go by and Malaysia continues to evolve, it is essential to remember the double standards and deviations that have marked the nation's history.
'Retrogressive': Sedition Act and feudalism
The colonial-era Sedition Act has no place in the reformist programme of any democratic government.
On DAP, the civil service and reforms
In a 'Malaysia Madani' expecting to join the community of high-income nations, national leaders, civil servants, and union officials should value criticism as a gift.
Dubious justifications for ministerial advisers
If ministerial advisers are needed, there must be a framework governing the scope of their role.
Anwar must explain U-turn on littoral combat ship project
The prime minister's decision to proceed with the project is at odds with his stand on it during his time as the opposition leader.
Cherry-picking corruption cases
The people will not tolerate the cherry-picking of corruption cases by the government of the day to suit what looks like the 'new normal' of a revolving door of corruption prosecutions.
Local govt elections, a top priority
If now is not the time for Anwar Ibrahim to bring back this essential local election level of democracy to Malaysian society, when exactly can civil society expect its promised restitution?