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Rashaad Ali is a Research Analyst with the Malaysia Programme at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) of Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Before joining RSIS, Rashaad was the head editor at an e-commerce company where he managed the production of editorial content for the website. His research interests include ethnic politics, institutionalism and Malaysian public policy. Rashaad possesses a degree in Writing and International Studies from Monash University, and completed his MA in International Relations at the University of Nottingham.
Areas of Expertise
- Ethnic politics
- Historical institutionalism
- Malaysian public policy
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- Osman, Mohamed Nawab Mohamed, and Rashaad Ali (2017), Sarawak State Elections 2016: Revisiting Federalism in Malaysia, in: Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 36, 1, 29–50.
Rashaad Ali, "With new appointment for Hishammuddin, Najib moves closer to polls," Today, 21 April 2017.
- Rashaad Ali, "Sarawak elections: Curious case of the Chinese community," Today, 9 May 2016.
- Rashaad Ali, "The threat to UMNO posed by M’sia’s rising Islamophobia," Today, 19 April 2016.
Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman and Rashaad Ali, "New chapter opens in Malaysian politics, with more battles to come," Today, 7 March 2016
Last updated on 10/03/2016