Many Malaysians in Titiwangsa view their incumbent MP Johari Abdul Ghani as a local boy who cares for their well-being.
The Malaysian opposition in Titiwangsa
Past election results show that the Malaysian parliamentary constituency can be swayed by federal sentiments.
Proyek Demokrasi Indonesia yang Berkelanjutan
Indonesia telah mengungguli semua tetangganya di Asia Tenggara dalam kebebasan dan rangking demokrasi, namun demokrasinya jauh lebih rumit daripada yang diasumsikan.
Indonesia’s Ongoing Democracy Project
Indonesia has outperformed all its Southeast Asian neighbours in the freedom and democracy rankings, but its democracy is far more complicated than many assume.
What’s With Young Voters in Malaysia?
Some are considering spoiling their votes in the 2018 election to protest a lack of real political change.
Apahal Dengan Pengundi Muda Malaysia?
Pengundi muda memberi impak besar terhadap pilihanraya umum 2013 di Malaysia. Tetapi ramai yang mengatakan bahawa mereka akan merosakkan undi mereka dalam pilihanraya akan datang untuk membantah ketiadaan perubahan politik yang benar.
The Elected Presidency and the Political Economy of Race in Singapore
With Singapore’s first racially reserved Presidential election looming, historian Thum Ping Tjin observes that the government’s much vaunted “Chinese-Malay-Indian-Others” model of managing race has historically increased racial tension and strife. So why do they cling to it?
The Myth of the Malaysian Dream
Sabah and Sarawak’s long journey to autonomy is one which even its proponents say is doomed to failure.