Malaysian Prime Minister talks ASEAN ways at Gaston, asked why he leads a one-party state

On Tuesday night, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak spoke at a Lecture Fund event at Gaston Hall as part of his visit to the U.S. this month. Now in his fifth year as head of state, he has a daughter, Nooryana… Read More

Malaysian PM criticized for using state funds to arrange daughter’s engagement in Kazakhstan

An opposition member of parliament has accused Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak of using taxpayer money to travel to Kazakhstan in order to to secure the engagement of his daughter Nooryana Najwa Najib (SFS ’11) – a recent University grad…. Read More

The Voice interviews Anwar Ibrahim, Georgetown prof turned Malaysian oppositionist

Anwar Ibrahim, the man poised to become Malaysia’s new prime minister, is profiled in today’s Voice.  The full text of the email interview with him has been reproduced below: To start off, why are you attempting to remove… Read More

Georgetown professor vows to take over Malaysia

Anwar Ibrahim, a faculty member at the Prince Alwaleed Bin-Tal Center for Muslim Christian Understanding and former Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia, has declared that he will take power in Malaysia on September 16.  Ibrahim believes he has… Read More