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Rising Threat of Stimulant Drugs In Malaysia

It has been 35 years since drug abuse was declared a national... Read More

We Need a United Voice on Synthetic Drug Strategy

AMPHETAMINE-type stimulants (ATS) require the development of a health response so that... Read More

It’s not Enough to Say no to Drugs

MALAYSIA’S National Drug Policy has seen encouraging results in the last decade... Read More

Disruptions in Rakhine State and Its Implications to Malaysia

Against a rapidly changing global environment, societies are now having to deal... Read More

Another Chance to Resolve Thai Issue

SINCE 2014, Malaysia has facilitated a number of dialogues between the Thai... Read More

Drug rehabilitation: more love is needed

THIS author’s previous article (“It’s not enough to say no to drugs”... Read More

Forced Migration Still a Big Problem in Asia

THIS week, there are two significant global meetings that aim to address... Read More

Healing the Wounds of War in Sri Lanka

Does political stability have an effect on the plight of refugees? If... Read More

China Unlikely to Join TPP

AS the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations progress, so too has China’s assessment... Read More

Iran Nuclear Talks a ‘Win-win’ for US

THE March 24 deadline of a framework agreement on Teheran's nuclear programme... Read More

Eliminating Child Marriages Requires a Shift in Mindset

THE topic of child marriage has once again thrust Malaysia into the... Read More

ASEAN Centrality to Play Bigger Role

The US-China trade war will have an impact on the international order... Read More

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Puteri Nor Ariane Yasmin

Puteri Nor Ariane Yasmin is an Analyst in Foreign Policy and Security Studies at ISIS Malaysia. She holds a BA (Hons.) in Political Science and History from the University of Melbourne, and an MPhil in International Relations and Politics from the University of Cambridge. Her research interests include US foreign policy in the Middle East and China, as well as Malaysian politics. Ariane previously interned with ISIS in 2010.


Published Articles

Rising Threat of Stimulant Drugs In Malaysia

13 May 2019
It has been 35 years since drug abuse was declared a national security problem in Malaysia. Back then, and indeed until about 10 years ago,...

We Need a United Voice on Synthetic Drug Strategy

11 April 2019
AMPHETAMINE-type stimulants (ATS) require the development of a health response so that they are no longer viewed and addressed as a public security issue. ATS...
It’s not Enough to Say no to Drugs

It’s not Enough to Say no to Drugs

29 March 2017
MALAYSIA’S National Drug Policy has seen encouraging results in the last decade due to the introduction of harm reduction programmes. These programmes consist of needle...

Disruptions in Rakhine State and Its Implications to Malaysia

19 February 2019
Against a rapidly changing global environment, societies are now having to deal with a host of challenges to their security and way of life. Many...

Another Chance to Resolve Thai Issue

26 October 2018
SINCE 2014, Malaysia has facilitated a number of dialogues between the Thai government and Mara Patani, an umbrella of separatist groups in southern Thailand. However,...
Drug rehabilitation: more love is needed

Drug rehabilitation: more love is needed

17 October 2017
THIS author’s previous article (“It’s not enough to say no to drugs” —NST, March 28) defined drug abuse as a health and social issue —addiction...
Forced Migration Still a Big Problem in Asia

Forced Migration Still a Big Problem in Asia

20 September 2016
THIS week, there are two significant global meetings that aim to address forced migration - the first-ever United Nations Summit or High-Level Meeting on Refugees...

Healing the Wounds of War in Sri Lanka

17 May 2016
Does political stability have an effect on the plight of refugees? If a country has been plagued by decades of infighting, can political stability increase...
China unlikely to join TPP

China Unlikely to Join TPP

23 July 2015
AS the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations progress, so too has China’s assessment of the trade agreement. The perception that the TPP is Washington’s economic effort...
Iran Nuclear Talks a ‘Win-win’ for US

Iran Nuclear Talks a ‘Win-win’ for US

17 March 2015
THE March 24 deadline of a framework agreement on Teheran's nuclear programme is fast approaching. Two incidents this month have been very telling about Washington's...

Eliminating Child Marriages Requires a Shift in Mindset

15 August 2018
THE topic of child marriage has once again thrust Malaysia into the spotlight, especially after the social media uproar over the marriage between an 11-year-old...

ASEAN Centrality to Play Bigger Role

04 September 2018
The US-China trade war will have an impact on the international order . The debate surrounding major power competition has consistently revolved around the dynamics...