Prof Wong Chin Huat said corrections to the electoral distribution would see 19 more parliamentary seats added to Selangor, four more for Kelantan and five for Terengganu.
Prof Wong Chin Huat says while the impact of online petitions is waning, their recent mushrooming exemplifies the desire to take ownership of politics.
Prof Wong Chin Huat said said that Southeast Asian countries need the Chinese market for their economic well-being but depend on the US for security.
Prof Wong Chin Huat said an Umno-DAP tie-up must be based on reforms as any cooperation without a common issue would invite backlash from their grassroots.
Prof. James Chin says there is little loyalty in Sabah to Perikatan Nasional (PN) or Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin.
Prof. James Chin says having the same government leaders had resulted in “groupthink”: familiarity with their colleagues and a tendency to keep work habits.
Prof. James Chin says that an alliance between Umno and PKR in PH will boost their electoral prospects against Parti Pribumi Bersatu Malaysia (Bersatu).
Prof. James Chin says Malaysia is the perfect gateway to the rest of the world for the North Koreans, meaning that it can act as a conduit internationally
Prof. James Chin says that there were rumours that two more opposition MPs may leave their parties to back Muhyiddin.
PKR S’wak needs to appoint strong leader if party wants to retain seats in coming state polls, says analyst
Prof. James Chin says PKR Sarawak has been severely weakened by the defection of Ba Kelalan assemblyman Baru Bian and his supporters.