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Unsettled in Thailand
Despite a general election with a huge turnout and a decisive win, there’s still no clear picture of who will become Thailand’s next prime minister.
What happens in Sabah politics will follow the ebb and flow of national politics.
Serving spicy Thai politics
Thailand goes to the polls today with the world watching to see if the military will prevail or if the country will be led once again by a civilian.
Which strategy will be successful?
Politicians are twisting and turning every which way as they attempt to change the status quo.
Who will pardon Najib?
In politics, who is an enemy and who is a friend shifts depending on common interest.
Estranged twins need careful handling
The Sulu arbitration hanging over Sabah must be worked out to prevent another violent episode surging across the Sulu Sea.
Geopolitical games continue
The claim for payment, or even a ‘return’ of territory, by the self-styled heirs to the Sulu Sultanate persists like an unending nightmare.
Zahid’s bright political stars
The stars have been aligned for Umno president Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi since the beginning of the year but how long will this last?
Ah, the games politicians play
IMAGINE this: Men in drag dancing to the Weather Girls’ hit, It’s Raining Men.
Who’s afraid of the big Green Wave?
We might have a ‘unity government’ but we live in a politically divided Malaysia as some politicians seem to be emphatically against any sort of unity or power-sharing.
Tok Guru’s crystal ball
What weight should we give the ‘prophecy’ made by the leading Opposition figure?
A nightmare on PAS street?
DOES PAS president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang know something we don’t?