Malaysians have discovered that through their votes they can shape their country’s future.
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Mahathir Mohamad’s return gives him an opportunity to address his sins to the nation, and to Anwar Ibrahim.
In the afterglow of an astonishing election, Bettina Chua Abdullah ponders Malaysia’s coming-of-age.
A crisis at the Phnom Penh Post shows the fragility of freedom of expression in Cambodia.
Conservative Islam, mixed with online activism, threatens liberal thinking in multicultural Malaysia.