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 Wong Chin Huat weighs in on increasing the number and the role of female representatives in Malaysia's Parliament.
Prof Wong Chin Huat said the pandemic risked causing an increase in clientele and patronage politics, as many were in need of materialistic incentives.
Prof Wong Chin Huat says Malaysian politics is expected to get more volatile with hung parliaments and post-election coalitions after GE15.
Prof Wong Chin Huat asserted that parliamentarians in Malaysia were elected democratically to provide services to their constituents rather than serve corporate interests.
Prof Wong Chin Huat insisted Sarawak hold its state election as the current term of the state assembly would expire in a few months’ time.
Malaysian PM Muhyiddin welcomes feedback for budget amid criticism for reviving propaganda machinery
Prof Wong Chin Huat said with PM Muhyiddin putting politics before the pandemic, it may just make him an easier target at the next general election.
Prof Wong Chin Huat believes the Opposition’s scrutiny of the Budget wil look to force concessions by exploiting the coalition’s uncertain majority.
Prof Wong Chin Huat suggests that a confidence and supply agreement should not be disregarded as an effective tool to stabilise politics in the country.