Here is my latest commentary published in The Malay Mail Online, The Malaysian Insight and Malaysiakini. In this commentary, I shared my thoughts on the upcoming one-day parliament sitting on 18 May.
Here is my latest article published in The Straits Times and Sin Chew Daily. Here is a Chinese version, also in Sin Chew Daily. This is a reflection from my participation in the Post Covid-19 Global Partnership & Cooperation took place in Zoom on 6 May 2020. In this article, I argue the crisis of … Continue reading Public Commentary: Has the UN failed us amid Covid-19?
The Malaysian Journal of International Relations (MJIR) is entering into 8th issue this year and the call for papers is now open. As the Editor-in-Chief and on behalf of the editorial board, we would like to invite you to submit manuscripts for review and consideration for publication. We also welcome book reviews and commentaries. Submissions … Continue reading Call for Papers 2020: Malaysian Journal of International Relations (MJIR)
Malaysia celebrated its 1-year anniversary of changing the government from Barisan Nasional (BN) to Pakatan Harapan (PH) on 9 May 2019. In conjunction with the event, I analysed the process of democratic transition over a year and it is published in Malay Mail Online and The Malaysian Insight.
I shared thoughts on the politicisation of race and religion in Malaysia, featured in The Malaysian Insight on 1 May 2019. Race and religion debate has been long a significant feature of our national politics and it is rather unfortunate that the new government has not been able to change the narrative. Such scenario is highly unhealthy, … Continue reading News Quote: Race, religion rear ugly head again
Recently, I was interviewed on the topic of, why should Malaysia take part in international mechanisms such as United Nations, human rights treaties and Rome Statute. The video interview appeared in the episode of Newsflash produced by R.AGE, an international award-winning documentary journalism team, owned by The Star.
It is exciting to announce that SHAPE-SEA’s book project, “Exploring the Nexus Between Technologies and Human Rights: Opportunities and Challenges in Southeast Asia” is officially commenced at the Djokosoetono Research Centre (DRC), Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia. I will be the co-editor together with Dr. Deasy Simandjuntak, ISEAS Singapore for this project with various scholars … Continue reading Book Project: Technologies and Human Rights in Southeast Asia