The ISIS Focus special edition is now published! Themed “The Crisis of Our Time”, it focuses on the implication of COVID-19 from multiple policy perspectives including content regulation, multilateralism, regional cooperation, environment, security, and economics.

The need for gender-inclusive policies in a post-pandemic world
As the world shut its borders to control the spread of Covid-19, concerns for women were raised. That concern comes as the uneven scales of gender equality tipped further during the pandemic to reveal a major disparity in how women experienced Covid-19 differently. Among other th...
More must be done to address Covid-19 infodemic
PARALLEL to the spread of Covid-19 is its infodemic. Coined by the World Health Organisation, it refers to a situation where there is “an overabundance of information — some accurate and some not — that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable g...
Campaign of Hate? Fake News and Anti-Refugee Rhetoric in Malaysia
Harris Zainul was quoted in New Naratif Article by Jules Rahman Ong,  20 June 2020 Abdul Wahid, 40, came to Malaysia seven years ago in a rickety fishing boat cramped with 135 others—it’s a number he still remembers to this day. He, his wife and baby never planned to go to ...
COVID-19: The Real Wedding Crasher
With the pandemic projected to last until a vaccine is discovered, perhaps it is necessary to give some thought to how COVID-19 may have changed our lives in a deeper, more profound way.  One possible focus is the practice and concept of weddings – events regarded as an import...

The ISIS Focus special edition is now published! Themed “The Crisis of Our Time”, it focuses on the implication of COVID-19 from multiple policy perspectives including content regulation, multilateralism, regional cooperation, environment, security, and economics.

The need for gender-inclusive policies in a post-pandemic world
As the world shut its borders to control the spread of Covid-19, concerns for women were raised. That concern comes as the uneven scales of gender equality tipped further during the pandemic to reveal a major disparity in how women experienced Covid-19 differently. Among other th...
More must be done to address Covid-19 infodemic
PARALLEL to the spread of Covid-19 is its infodemic. Coined by the World Health Organisation, it refers to a situation where there is “an overabundance of information — some accurate and some not — that makes it hard for people to find trustworthy sources and reliable g...
Campaign of Hate? Fake News and Anti-Refugee Rhetoric in Malaysia
Harris Zainul was quoted in New Naratif Article by Jules Rahman Ong,  20 June 2020 Abdul Wahid, 40, came to Malaysia seven years ago in a rickety fishing boat cramped with 135 others—it’s a number he still remembers to this day. He, his wife and baby never planned to go to ...
COVID-19: The Real Wedding Crasher
With the pandemic projected to last until a vaccine is discovered, perhaps it is necessary to give some thought to how COVID-19 may have changed our lives in a deeper, more profound way.  One possible focus is the practice and concept of weddings – events regarded as an import...
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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Between Two Shores: The Courts, The Constitution and The Shariah

Malaysia’s legal and political system is based on a supreme Constitution, a federal-state division of powers, a parliamentary system of government, a constitutional monarchy and Islam as “the religion of the Federation”.