It was not a choice between cancellation or renegotiation, but a choice between appeasing China or suffering the consequences.
We are suddenly seeing demands that more and more issues be referred to the Agong or the rulers for their consent when the constitution itself does not mandate it.
A government truly committed to democracy would have needed no persuasion to proactively and thoroughly investigate the disappearances.
The minister has gone from standing alongside a transgender activist to open hostility against them, and now he is praising Salafist preacher Zakir Naik.
It is the non-Malays, not the Malays, who face an existential threat due to the Ketuanan Melayu ideology and those who support it.
Malaysia needs a counter-narrative to the Ketuanan Melayu ideology before the country reaches a point of no return.
Pakatan Harapan leaders must do more to counter the racist claims of Ketuanan Melayu politicians if they are serious about genuine reform in the country.
Racism appears to be the final retreat of politicians who have served long but done little.
We need to move beyond the current blinkered approach of seeing everything through the lens of race and religion.
We will have to see if kissing Mahathir’s hand will save the PAS president from prosecution.
Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad's view of the ECRL project is not stuck in the past; it's just grounded in reality.
PH promised to scrap the ECRL project prior to the May 9 polls and it's time the government does the right thing and cancel it.
The former prime minister may be down, but he appears to be doing everything he can to make sure that he's not out – and Pakatan Harapan needs to take this seriously.
Better non-religious politicians committed to serving the people than hypocritical ones hiding behind religion.
How a few lights in the shape of a cross can be seen as an affront to the position of Islam in the federation is simply incomprehensible.
PPBM must decide whether it wants to be Umno in disguise or it wants to be a party of vision and exemplary public service.
From assaults on transgender people to patronage politics and the ongoing debate on recognition of the UEC, Malaysia is off to a 'fine' start to the year.
However this year, the voices of hate were overwhelmingly drowned out by the voices of hope, tolerance and respect.
It makes no sense at all to somehow blame others for the unequal distribution of facilities and opportunities when the administration is itself overwhelmingly in Malay hands.
Dr Mahathir Mohamad is the only winner in the entire ICERD affair.