Impending death of the rule of law and public security

Angeline Loh describes the impending death of the rule of law and public security in the wake of cases of custodial torture and deaths. The...

A window into Malaysia’s past and future aspirations

A new book about Malaysia’s first year at the UN, based on Tun Dr Ismail’s dispatches home is out. Ooi Kee Beng, who compiled...

Imported laws from India during the 19th century

Our legal system is in need of reforms, points out Hamid Ibrahim. Our major criminal laws were imported from India, but while the laws...

Malaysia: A lost democracy? (Part 2)

Is Malaysia really lost and broken? People of goodwill must continue to strive to bring about change: we can rebuild the country into a...

Our broken democracy

Andrew Aeria looks at the state of our democracy one year after 8 March 2008. What he uncovers is not a pretty picture –...

Political roguery runs riot in Perak

Martin Jalleh describes how political roguery has run riot in Perak. Umno’s backroom politics engineered a backdoor takeover of the state from under the...

Aliran Monthly 29: 1 editor’s note

In our cover story, Andrew Aeria looks at the state of our democracy one year after 8 March 2008. What he uncovers is not...

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