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Dr. Syaza Farhana Mohamad Shukri

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  1. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) The risks and perceived rewards of rising revivalist populism in Malaysia. Fulcrum.
  2. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Strategic dissent or potential pitfalls? Emotions are high in KKB amid protest voting dilemma. Sinar Daily, 6th May 2024.
  3. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Why young Malay voters in Malaysia are "turning green". Trends in Southeast Asia . ISEAS Publishing, Singapore. ISBN 9789815203554 (ISSN: 0219-3213)
  4. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Populism as a strategy in Malaysia. In: Three Faces of Populism in Asia: Populism as a Multifaceted Political Practice. Routledge, Oxon, UK, pp. 86-106. ISBN 9781032508207
  5. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana and Masri, Mohd Shazani (2024) Convergence or divergence? An exploratory study on urban Malays and indigenous people in Kuala Lumpur and Kuching. Asia Pacific Social Science Review, 24 (1). pp. 42-60. ISSN 0119-8386
  6. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Ramadhan reflections: embracing compassion and inclusivity in Malaysia. Sinar Daily.
  7. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana and Saat, Norshahril (2024) Sharia versus Shariatisation in Malaysia: which one will triumph? Fulcrum.
  8. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Dr Sam's pragmatic leadership is shaping Malaysia's political future. Sinar Daily.
  9. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Inclusivity or division? The unintended consequences of non-segregated gyms. Fulcrum.
  10. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Tradition and democracy: the role of constitutional monarchy in Malaysia. Sinar Daily. pp. 1-5.
  11. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2024) Malaysia's political landscape in 2024: divisions, dilemmas and a hopeful vision. Sinar Daily.
  12. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Malaysia’s identity politics will perpetuate exclusivity if left unchecked. Fulcrum. pp. 1-5.
  13. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Leadership amidst turbulence: economic reforms and the shadow of populism. Sinar Daily, 14 Dec 2023.
  14. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Limited capacities: the OIC's role and perspectives on the Israeli occupation of Palestine. Sinar Daily.
  15. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Malaysia's wealth not uniformly shared among the people, Malaysia Madani may be the solution. Sinar Daily.
  16. Yilmaz, Ihsan and Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Islam and populism in the Asia Pacific. In: The Routledge Handbook of Populism in the Asia Pacific. Routledge, London, pp. 134-148.
  17. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Keluhuran perlembagaan ikat pemimpin, rakyat laksana tanggungjawab. Berita Harian, Rencana (20 September 2023). p. 12.
  18. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Déjà vu for Pakatan Harapan? What sets Umno apart from Bersatu. Sinar Daily, 19 September 2023.
  19. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Malaysia: Islamist civilizational populism. In: Civilizational Populism in Democratic Nation-States. Palgrave Studies in Populisms (1). Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore, pp. 169-194. ISBN 978-981-99-4261-9
  20. Mohamad Shukri, Syaza Farhana (2023) Populist leaders in Malaysia: why are they popular? In: Scholarship Advancement Programme, 13 September 2023, Kuala Lumpur. (Unpublished)

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