Gross violation of privacy

The circulation of nude and intimate photos of Pakatan Rakyat’s state executive councillor, Ms Elizabeth Wong, is a gross and indecent violation of an...

Privacy and our political culture

Defending the private lives and private spaces of our politicians is part and parcel of the process to regain and defend the private domain...

Kedaulatan undang-undang/The rule of law

Kita kendalikan pilihanraya untuk menguji setinggi mana sebenarnya sokongan rakyat diberi kepada seorang bakal pemimpin. Soalan ini akan dijawab semasa pilihanraya yang ditadbir dengan...

Patriotism and hate-speeches are different things

The pressing need at the moment is for Malaysians to reclaim the value and meaning of patriotism again, and not let it be defined...

Blind loyalty? Re-reading Taj-us Salatin of Buchara al-Jauhari

The Malays “in the old days” and today are far more intelligent and independent minded than some of our politicians give them credit for....

Rohingya: Burma’s forgotten minority

Among Burma’s ethnic minorities, the Rohingya, a stateless population, stand out for their particularly harsh treatment by Burmese authorities and their invisibility as a...

Malaysia’s first UPR: Too much praise, too little progress

The NGO section during the inaugural review in Geneva The inaugural annual review of Malaysia's human rights performance, held in Geneva, was extremely disappointing,...

Perak crisis: The longer term

The BN's takeover of Perak without resort to elections would cement the enmity of the very people it should be trying to win back...

Burma/India: End Abuses in Chin State

India Should Offer Chin Refugees Protection(Bangkok, January 28, 2009) – Burma’s military government should end human rights abuses against the ethnic Chin population...

Do the Batik Walk, Mr Obama

There is no guarantee that Obama will be able to undo the damage that has been done to America ’s image thanks to the...

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