By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz It’s been a busy couple of weeks.  I’ve marked about a ream of students’ papers, resurrected a couple of book projects, made headway with a new media project and, amidst having to defend my colleagues’ [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz Sir Robert Peel, Home Secretary of the United Kingdom, established London’s Metropolitan Police Service in 1829 according to certain principles, most importantly that “the police are the public and the [...]
By Kwek Kon Yao Following the resignation of ntv7 producer Joshua Wong last month amidst allegations of political interference and media censorship, supporters of Wong were quick to jump to his defence in the name of free speech. T [...]
By Tunku ‘Abidin Muhriz Citizens of Commonwealth countries in the UK have the right to vote in local, parliamentary and European elections: a right not extended to EU or US citizens, ‘special relationships’ notwithstanding.   [...]