Serve foes same drink… teh tarik or kopi ‘o’
THE Yemeni civil war is now in its seventh year. Last month, two long-time foes – Saudi Arabia and Iran – held secret talks in Baghdad to discuss and address, among others, the Yemeni conflict and its associated humanitarian crisis, and the issue of Iranian-backed militias in...
Government needs planned Covid-19 infodemic response
by Ragananthini Vethasalam / The Malaysian Insight / May 02, 2021 THE government needs carefully planned strategies to deal with the Covid-19 infodemic, or risk worsening vaccine hesitancy or even outright rejection of steps to achieve herd immunity, an analyst with the Institut...
Malaysia’s Youth in Peril
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Getting it right on tech sovereignty
THE term “sovereignty” is used to describe an independent state, whereby a government’s legitimacy rests on its ability to keep the national interests above others. But in the digital age, with cyberspace operating as a borderless concept, the notion of “territory” is f...
Serve foes same drink… teh tarik or kopi ‘o’
THE Yemeni civil war is now in its seventh year. Last month, two long-time foes – Saudi Arabia and Iran – held secret talks in Baghdad to discuss and address, among others, the Yemeni conflict and its associated humanitarian crisis, and the issue of Iranian-backed militias in...
Government needs planned Covid-19 infodemic response
by Ragananthini Vethasalam / The Malaysian Insight / May 02, 2021 THE government needs carefully planned strategies to deal with the Covid-19 infodemic, or risk worsening vaccine hesitancy or even outright rejection of steps to achieve herd immunity, an analyst with the Institut...
Malaysia’s Youth in Peril
The impacts of the pandemic on the youth and its implications for Malaysian economy, society and politics By: Calvin Cheng and Bridget Welsh An original version of this article was first published on MalaysiaKini Download as PDF Young Malaysians are under siege from multiple fron...
Getting it right on tech sovereignty
THE term “sovereignty” is used to describe an independent state, whereby a government’s legitimacy rests on its ability to keep the national interests above others. But in the digital age, with cyberspace operating as a borderless concept, the notion of “territory” is f...
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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