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08 May 2013
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard and Defence Minister Stephen Smith at the launch of the white paper. Photo courtesy of Prime Minister's Office.

Piecemeal approach to defence

Australia’s latest defence white paper is an exercise in hope, reports Belinda Cranston.

07 May 2013
Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim. Photo by didiz rushdi on flickr.

Democracy in Malaysia and Indonesia

Media bias and money politics are undermining Malaysian democracy, writes Edward Aspinall.

07 May 2013
photo by Mark Garten

Silence not golden

Australia's silence following Malaysia's contentious weekend election is worrying, a Southeast Asia expert says.

06 May 2013
US and Australian air force personnel work together at RAAF Darwin. Photo by US Pacific Fleet on flickr.

Think north

It’s time to deploy our armed forces closer to home, writes Peter Dean.

06 May 2013
Malaysiam Prime Minister Najib Razak. Photo by World Economic Forum on flickr.

Razak should resign: expert

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak should resign after returning to office with a reduced majority, says expert.

06 May 2013
Incumbent Malaysia president Najib Razak.

Barisan back in 2013

Malaysia’s ruling coalition Barisan Nasional will return to power, but with a reduced majority, according to an expert from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

05 May 2013
A rally for PAS. Photo by Sham Hardy on flickr.

PAS: The could-be kings

The Islamic party Parti Islam Se-Malaysia (PAS) could play a critical role in final outcome of this Sunday’s election.

05 May 2013
Campaign posters for Malaysia's Islamic party PAS. Photo by Edward Aspinall.

A complicated picture

Malaysia's ruling coalition, Barisan Nasional, will be hard to beat in tonight's election, says ANU political scientist.

05 May 2013

The seamy side of GE13

Political parties are up to their old dirty tricks in tonight’s Malaysian general elections, writes MEREDITH WEISS

05 May 2013
A poster for Nurual Izzah Anwar and Ibrahim Anwar.

Coalition mission

This Sunday’s Malaysian election is a battle of two coalitions, write GREG LOPEZ and GERHARD HOFFSTAEDTER.


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