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Post-Pakatan Malaysia: Democracy’s stability trade-off

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In 2018 our guest had warned that the Pakatan Harapan coalition should not roll out institutional and policy reforms “too far, too fast” or they would face an ‘authoritarian backlash’. Is this crisis the backlash he warned of? Melisa Idris and Sharaad Kuttan of Astro Awani speak to William Case, professor and head of the School of Politics, History and International Relations at the University of Nottingham Malaysia.

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