Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak is in deep political trouble. That much is clear to the meanest political intelligence, but is it terminal? The answer is obscured by the absence so far of open intra-party revolt even though strong words are exchanged every day and the wagons are being circled slowly, methodically. How far this would have got him in an election year is a moot point but that test, happily for him, is still some years away. The worries must be mounting, however, as i