While the formation of a third force is a noble idea, it may not bring about the expected change, political analyst Wong Chin Huat said yesterday.
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Mahathir Mohamad’s sacking shows Malaysia’s regime change is far from complete, says James Chin.
On the International Day of Biological Diversity, Assoc Prof Reuben Clements explains why limestone quite literally serves as the building block for much of life on earth.
The 17th EAEA convention has been postponed to 14-15 August 2021 due to the pandemic (COVID-19) shock.
Prof Wong Chin Huat speaks to Prof. Andrew Harding about the Malaysian Agreement.
What Malaysia really needs is a shadow cabinet, a line-up of opposition frontbenchers to offer policy alternatives, not just criticism of ministers for incompetence.
Professor James Chin, outlines what to expect as we get closer to 18 May when Parliament meets.
Prof Wong Chin Huat shares his thoughts with Bersih 2.0 on how to further advance parliamentary democracy by professionalising party politics.
Prof. Wong Chin Huat argues for a functioning shadow cabinet that can scuttle cynical gimmicks, such as a "one-day Parliament" and pave the way for setting good governance standards.
Prof Wong Chin Huat tells BFM what he thinks of the political machinations have produced the politically weakest government Malaysia has ever had.