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BFM podcast: Understanding the evacuations from Afghanistan

Yanitha Meena was interviewed by BFM89.9 on 19 August 2021 Produced by:... Read More

Culture can be money spinner for both Malaysia, India

AS Malaysia and India mark their independence month in August, we are reminded of the time-tested friendship... Read More

How OIC’s ‘Asia’ could help banish hunger

In pursuit of the collective goals of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation... Read More

Implications of Nepal’s political crisis for Malaysia

Foreign labour agreement at risk as landlocked Himalayan country fights deadly virus... Read More

Expanding Malaysia-Bangladesh ties

AS Bangladesh celebrates its 50th year as an independent nation, one is... Read More

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Ms Yanitha Meena

Yanitha Meena Louis is a researcher in the Foreign Policy and Security Studies programme of ISIS Malaysia. She has completed the International Masters in European Regional Integration at the Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya (UM). Having spent a decade in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India prior to this, Meena completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Madras. Her research interests include political psychology, comparative regionalism, South Asian, Southeast Asian and European studies and also domestic affairs such as social welfare and gender-responsive policymaking. Meena is now a doctoral candidate at UM, focused on Non-Western international relations.

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BFM podcast: Understanding the evacuations from Afghanistan

20 August 2021
Yanitha Meena was interviewed by BFM89.9 on 19 August 2021 Produced by: Azlyna Mohd Noor, Adeline Choong, Loo Juosie, Alia Zefri Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan The Taliban has taken control of Afghanistan in just 10 days, sweeping back to power after two decades. To understand the situation, we begin by discussing the…

Culture can be money spinner for both Malaysia, India

11 August 2021
AS Malaysia and India mark their independence month in August, we are reminded of the time-tested friendship between Putrajaya and New Delhi. Resilient bilateral relations, however, must be continuously assessed, explored, diversified and if necessary, refocused.   The new decade presents challenges through trade and industry disruptions, and international partnerships are the means to tackling these issues. The time has come for Putrajaya and New Delhi to rejuvenate bilateral ties. One way is…

How OIC’s ‘Asia’ could help banish hunger

31 July 2021
In pursuit of the collective goals of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the true potential of member states from East and South Asia (OIC-ESA) is relatively untapped. This could be due to the sole prominence of member states from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). OIC-MENA is said to have clout and represents…

Implications of Nepal’s political crisis for Malaysia

25 May 2021
Foreign labour agreement at risk as landlocked Himalayan country fights deadly virus surge following collapse of communist government.  ON 13 May, KP Sharma Oli was reappointed as prime minister of Nepal for the third time. This came days after he lost a no-confidence vote. Just more than a week after this, on 22 May, President…

Expanding Malaysia-Bangladesh ties

04 April 2021
AS Bangladesh celebrates its 50th year as an independent nation, one is also reminded of how Dhaka has remained an all-weather friend and ally to Kuala Lumpur for almost half a century. Next year will mark 50 years of Malaysia-Bangladesh relations since Malaysia recognised Bangladesh as a sovereign nation in 1972. In the 21st century,…
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