Posts Tagged ‘Anwar Ibrahim’

Malaysia, Myanmar, and Hillary Clinton

EO has been quiet lately, but our editors surely haven’t.  Here’s one of my latest, from the New Ledger: Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim is in Australia this week, speaking on social justice, democracy, and his own legal woes.  He has also addressed the recent release of Aung...
November 22nd, 2010 | Blogging, Culture, Foreign Affairs, Global War on Terrorism, Human Rights, Media, Other, Other Religions, Politics, Religion, Social Justice | Read More

On Malaysia’s Moderate Muslims and why you should care

A few months ago I decided to take a break from regular blogging to work on finding  a more specialized niche in which to fit my naturally charming yet gruffly journalistic self. It’s gone well, and I’m learning a lot.  A lot about Malaysia, where apparently I’m sort of famous, thanks...
October 14th, 2010 | Blogging, Foreign Affairs, Global War on Terrorism, Media, Other, Other Religions, Politics, Religion, Religious Liberty | Read More

Anwar Ibrahim: Not the Bright Spot We’d Hoped For

As Israel struggles to defend itself, Islamist voices around the world still stridently condemn the Jewish state for stopping the flotilla bringing aid to Hamas. Shockingly, one of those voices is Malaysia’s Anwar Ibrahim — the former media darling and favorite of the foreign-policy teams of...
June 30th, 2010 | Foreign Affairs, Global War on Terrorism, Other Religions, Politics, Religion, Religious Liberty, Social Justice | Read More