Books

Minorities Matter: Malaysian Politics and People Volume III

May 4, 2019

Reflecting on the changes, and continuities, that Malaysia has witnessed since the electoral outcome of GE14, Minorities Matter brings together a group of local and international scholar to look at contemporary Malaysian politics and society through the lens of those who are often left out of the national narrative, minorities, to understand the ways in which minority groups, from women to East Malaysians, the Orang Asli, refugees and more, have contributed towards, and been affected by, political change in Malaysia.


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Illusions of Democracy: Malaysian Politics and People

(Europe and Americas Edition)

August 15, 2018

Transcending disciplinary boundaries, it offers a look at Malaysian politics not only through the lens of political science but also anthropology, cultural studies, international relations, political economy and legal studies touching on both overlooked topics in Malaysian political life as well as the emerging trends which will shape Malaysia's future.


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Illusions of Democracy: Malaysian Politics and People Volume II

September 25, 2017

Bringing together a group of both international and Malaysian scholars, Illusions of Democracy: Malaysian Politics and People Volume II offers an up-to-date and broad analysis of the contemporary state of Malaysian politics and society.


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Misplaced Democracy: Malaysian Politics and People

April 1, 2014

Misplaced Democracy: Malaysian Politics and People is the fruit of a three-year collaboration between academics who have chosen Malaysia as their specialty. Defined by its inter-disciplinarity and covering the fields of urban studies, political economy, international relations, political sociology and anthropology, film studies, literature, law and strategic studies, Misplaced Democracy is a path-breaking analysis of Malaysian politics and society during a period of contestation in which many Malaysians seek to re-orient the flow of history which has been going in favour of the ruling party since the country's independence.


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From the Mosque to the Ballot Box: An Introduction to Political Islam in Malaysia

June, 2010

In these referenced papers from IRASEC, Bangkok, four specialists consider many aspects of political Islam in contemporary Malaysia. Whereas, the religious dimension of Malaysia's international integration, the Dakwah, the role and future of explored and also the radical movement Hizbut Tahrir Malaysia.


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