Often perceived as little more than a seat-warmer for her husband Anwar Ibrahim, the male-dominated Malaysian political scene tends to overlook Wan Azizah Wan Ismail as an accomplished politician in her own right.
The existence of a tiny supremacist Malay Power faction within the Malaysian underground music scene and the reasons behind its rise suggest that in Southeast Asia, the meanings of global subcultures sometimes get lost in cultural translation.
Sementara tindakan keras terhadap Rohingya berlanjut di negara bagian Rakhine, Rohingya di Yangon telah maju melawan keterangan yang salah dan mempromosikan perdamaian.
As the crackdown against the Rohingya continues in Rakhine State, Rohingya in Yangon come forward to combat misinformation and promote peace.
Dorongan terburu-buru untuk merubah hukum pidana Indonesia warisan zaman penjajahan menimbulkan kekhawatiran mengenai hak asasi manusia dan kebebasan berekspresi.
A hasty push to amend Indonesia’s colonial-era Criminal Code raises concerns about human rights and freedom of expression.
Min Min and his team are putting their lives at risk to explain what’s happening in Rakhine state.
The Al-Hidayah Islamic Boarding School seeks to break the cycle of generational terrorism in Indonesia.
Human rights, LGBTQ equality and protections for migrant workers—New Naratif’s look back on 2017.
Understanding the reactions of the Chinese-Indonesian community in Medan to rising ethnic tensions requires one to realise that the anti-Chinese violence in 1998 was more about politics than race.