Do public schools unite or divide Malaysians?
In a diverse society like Malaysia, national schools play a crucial role in bringing together pupils from various backgrounds to foster national unity. ...
Harmony across horizons: Malaysia and Kazakhstan’s enduring journey of friendship
The year 2024 marks the 32nd anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Malaysia and Kazakhstan, a testament to the enduring partnership that has evolved since Kazakhstan’s independence in 1991....
Seizing the moment: Malaysia's role in a world of geopolitical flux
In the last few years, the global geopolitical chessboard has been changing rapidly, and the potential economic implications are manifold. ...
Amid China concerns, Manila and Hanoi agree to better manage maritime disputes
Frustrated with the slow progress in reaching a regional maritime code-of-conduct with China, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is turning to neighboring South China Sea claimant states to boost regional security cooperation and potentially forge a united front against Be...

Events

Tun Hussein Onn Chair in International Studies public lecture: “The politics of climate change – role of science diplomacy ” with Prof Emeritus Tan Sri Dr Zakri Abdul Hamid

The international community started to discuss environmental degradation, particularly climate change, in the 1970s. The first United Nations conference on the human environment was held in Stockholm in 1972, followed by the seminal work of the Brundtland Commission and the publication of Our Common Future in 1987.
Do public schools unite or divide Malaysians?
In a diverse society like Malaysia, national schools play a crucial role in bringing together pupils from various backgrounds to foster national unity. ...
Harmony across horizons: Malaysia and Kazakhstan’s enduring journey of friendship
The year 2024 marks the 32nd anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Malaysia and Kazakhstan, a testament to the enduring partnership that has evolved since Kazakhstan’s independence in 1991....
Seizing the moment: Malaysia's role in a world of geopolitical flux
In the last few years, the global geopolitical chessboard has been changing rapidly, and the potential economic implications are manifold. ...
Amid China concerns, Manila and Hanoi agree to better manage maritime disputes
Frustrated with the slow progress in reaching a regional maritime code-of-conduct with China, Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. is turning to neighboring South China Sea claimant states to boost regional security cooperation and potentially forge a united front against Be...
Announcement: YBhg Tan Sri Rastam Mohd Isa completed his tenure as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chief Executive of the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia on 8 January 2019. ISIS Malaysia’s Board of Directors and staff convey their sincere appreciation to YBhg Tan Sri Rastam for his able stewardship of ISIS Malaysia and wish him well in all his future endeavours.
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