Recent and archived articles by Nathaniel Tan
The current Johor controversy conceivably commences from this clause – (Art 4.(2)(a), Second Part, Johor Constitution)
The rakyat gave the government a mandate in GE14 to rule according to its principles – not anyone else’s.
SUHAKAM (the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia) commissioner Datuk Mah Weng Kai delivered earth-shattering news today (April 3) regarding the disappearances of NGO activist Amri Che Mat and Pastor Raymond Koh.
MY previous column was about sensational gravity – the tendency for public discourse to gravitate towards the sensational.
Media evolution, and developments in the world, show that the more extreme and controversial the statement, the more likely that it will become the focal point for discourse.
Khalid Ibrahim stands for everything that Malaysian politicians don't, says former Selangor government consultant Nathaniel Tan.