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How to campaign after GE15

Can platforms used during last year’s 15th General Election be dusted off and brought into play for the upcoming state elections?

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Perception over practicality

With state elections looming, is anyone surprised that the talk in Parliament is on uniforms rather than reforms?

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One man, but not one message

While the PM is the popular face of the unity government, its confused messaging on the ground is not faring well against the Opposition’s focused attacks.

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Two young parties, two very different results

Thais voted decisively for change by supporting a young party. Meanwhile in Malaysia, a young party struggles to make an impact.

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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.

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Fluid frenemy

What happens in Sabah politics will follow the ebb and flow of national politics.

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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.

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Which strategy will be successful?

Politicians are twisting and turning every which way as they attempt to change the status quo.

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Who will pardon Najib?

In politics, who is an enemy and who is a friend shifts depending on common interest.

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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.

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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.

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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?

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