Tag Archives: Malaysia

Will Bad Bankers Ever Be Punished?

What can be done to rein in the prevailing culture of greed at leading global banks?

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Exceptional Malaysia

Malaysia achieved an impressive democratic victory. Just don’t expect its success to spread to the rest of Southeast Asia.

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Malaysia’s Big Surprise

Last week’s election result is a major milestone in the racial politics of Malaysia. They point to a mature democracy based on the rule of law.

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Malaysia: Democracy Won, But Will Justice Prevail?

The outgoing prime minister Najib Razak is already plotting right now to divide his opponents — and thereby escape justice.

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Land of the Increasingly Non-Free

Many young democracies with flawed institutions are struggling not to slide backward. Turkey has failed.

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Malaysia and the Trump Connection

Will Donald Trump, in order to protect his golf buddy, have his administration close down the investigation into 1MDB?

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Biofuels in Malaysia: Not So Sustainable?

Logging in Malaysia has cost the Batek Negritos much of their rainforest homeland.

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Will a Mouse Find Malaysia Airlines Flight 370?

The search for MH370 is proof that crowdsourcing will become a vital part of aid and rescue efforts in the future.

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Malaysia’s Complex Ties With Islam

A closer look at a country in the global headlines

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Trade Deals Must Allow for Regulating Finance

Instead of pushing for cross-border financial deregulation, the United States should learn from other nations’ safeguards.

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