Biography of the Author Serina Abdul Rahman

Serina Abdul Rahman

Contributor to CNA, Asia's leading English-language news platform.

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  1. A Malaysian who used to work in Singapore selling drinks in Kempas Johor Bahru

    Commentary: The former Malaysian workers in Singapore caught in limbo in Johor

    Many Malaysian workers who used to work in Singapore have returned to Johor – and are struggling to find new ways to support themselves and their ...
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    Commentary: Kelantan’s epic struggles with great, yellow floods each monsoon

    With lucrative revenue streams at stake, the state government has little incentive to do more to stop perennial floods, says Serina Abdul Rahman.
  3. Pakatan Harapan supporters

    Commentary: Many unrealised promises to tackle, as the Pakatan Harapan government approaches 100 days in office

    As the Pakatan Harapan government heads towards a milestone 100 days in office, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute’s Serina Rahman takes stock of the ...
  4. Celebration in Malaysia after general election

    Commentary: Malaysia reborn? Does GE14 spell an end to racial politics?

    Many had predicted a Malay tsunami would rise up against the ruling party but what happened instead was a tsunami rakyat, where voters voted with ...
  5. Johor Sultan Ibrahim

    Commentary: Neutral but holding great sway, the royal family’s influence over Johor’s vote in the election

    The Sultan of Johor and the royal family have huge influence over affairs of the Johor state, says ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute’s Serina Rahman.
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    Commentary: Predict how Johor will vote in Malaysia’s general election? The only certainty is uncertainty

    Is Johor really a guaranteed vote bank for UMNO and the ruling Barisan Nasional? ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute’s Serina Rahman takes a closer look ...
  7. File picture shows former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad during an interview at his offi

    Commentary: Why Mahathir’s leadership of the opposition confuses Kedah voters

    Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s candidacy for prime minister has thrown voters into disarray, says one expert at the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute.