Recent and archived articles by Syahredzan Johan
ON Jan 17 of this year, the United States Central Intelligence Agency released about 12 million pages of declassified documents from its archive.
The Jakarta gubernatorial elections, with its two-round system, may be more costly than the conventional first-past-the-post voting system, but it ensures that wining candidates are elected by the majority of voters.
It is important to oppose Donald Trump's travel ban because it concerns the United States - a beacon of liberal democracy.
For the vast majority of Malaysians irrespective of race or religion, citizenship is guaranteed and protected by the Federal Constitution, and should not be questioned.
2016 has come and gone. Many things have happened in the last year. Like previous years, legal and human rights issues arose and were discussed and debated. What about 2017?
Over the past few months, you likely would have read or heard news on the delimitation (also known as redelineation) exercise being undertaken by the Elections Commission (EC).
The Court of Appeal’s judgment is a step towards bringing this piece of legislation closer in line with the Constitution.
Unlike the Police Act before this, the Peaceful Assembly Act allows assemblies without prior notification.
We often come across the phrase ‘the rule of law’ these days. But what does the ‘rule of law’ actually mean?
A democratic society must have diversity in thought and opinion.