FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The two key States of Sarawak and Sabah are crucial for both major parties leading up to Malaysia’s election. The eastern states have traditionally been a stronghold of the ruling coalition, but it’s expected there will be a significant swing towards the opposition.
ASIAWATCH — As part of an occasional series AsiaWATCH is publishing links to the more controversial articles of late and the sometimes terse response they elicited. AsiaWATCH won kudos for this piece on the Eurozone […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Typhoons in the Philippines and heavy rains that have caused major flooding in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam have failed to head south where rain is sorely needed to douse forest and […]
FAR EAST ASIA CORRESPONDENT — The Malaysian government has had a hard time coping with the May election, which resulted in voters deserting the ruling party in droves and Prime Minister Najib Razak relying on […]