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Harmony across horizons: Malaysia and Kazakhstan’s enduring journey of friendship

The year 2024 marks the 32nd anniversary of the diplomatic relations between... Read More

Nation-building at 60: Beyond economic expansion

THE political scientist, Benedict Anderson, theorised in his seminal work that communities... Read More

How Asean responds to "Post-Cold War" challenges

Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah was interviewed by China News Weekly magazine... Read More

Malaysia’s role in the emerging Indo-Pacific order

Special remarks by Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah Conference on India-Asean dynamics... Read More

Asean, ADMM and regional defence cooperation: how successful has it been in inducing regional defence cooperation?

Executive Talk by Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah Chairman of the Institute... Read More

Deepening Sino-US tensions: implications for Malaysia and Southeast Asia

Closed Door Discussion with James Crabtree, Executive Director of IISS Asia on... Read More

Proactive diplomacy to drive growth in turbulent times

Malaysia must take advantage of geopolitics as US-China rivalry intensifies THE global... Read More

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Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah

Prof Faiz leads the institute’s policy development and Track-Two diplomacy, including through the ASEAN Institutes of Strategic and International Studies (ASEAN-ISIS) and the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC). He is also Co-Chair of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia- Pacific (CSCAP). Faiz’s diverse career spans media, law enforcement, education, and three decades of legal practice, focusing on corporate law and public interest litigation. In 2009, with Dato’ Seri Anwar Ibrahim, Faiz co-founded the World Forum for Muslim Democrats, dedicated to providing a common platform for public intellectuals to articulate their views on Islam, reform, democracy and governance. He is the author of four books on topics ranging from shariah reforms to the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Faiz is the founding dean of the Selangor Business School. He is a graduate of the University of Malaya, the International Islamic University of Malaysia, the University of Southern Queensland and the Putra Business School.

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Harmony across horizons: Malaysia and Kazakhstan’s enduring journey of friendship

05 February 2024
The year 2024 marks the 32nd anniversary of the diplomatic relations between Malaysia and Kazakhstan, a testament to the enduring partnership that has evolved since Kazakhstan’s independence in 1991. Over the years, trade and diplomatic relations between our nations have followed a continuous upward trajectory, reflecting the resilience of our bonds. The historical relationship between…

Nation-building at 60: Beyond economic expansion

18 September 2023
THE political scientist, Benedict Anderson, theorised in his seminal work that communities are social constructs, to be differentiated only in the ways that they are imagined. He elaborated that "the fellow members of even the smallest nation will never know most of their fellow members, meet them, or even hear of them, yet in the…

How Asean responds to "Post-Cold War" challenges

15 July 2023
Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah was interviewed by China News Weekly magazine by Zheng Liying, 14 July 2023 "In what has been dubbed the 'post-Cold War' period, countries need more consensus and cooperation than ever before. But when all sorts of geopolitical risks arise, it looks like a Sisyphean task." Faiz Abdullah, chairman of the…

Malaysia’s role in the emerging Indo-Pacific order

09 June 2023
Special remarks by Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah Conference on India-Asean dynamics in the emerging Indo-Pacific order: Pathways to cooperation beyond the third decade 2 June 2023 Read in PDF H.E. Shri V. Muraleedharan, Honorable Minister of State for External Affairs, Government of India, H.E. Mr Jayant N. Khobragade, Ambassador of India to ASEAN, His…

Asean, ADMM and regional defence cooperation: how successful has it been in inducing regional defence cooperation?

31 May 2023
Executive Talk by Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah Chairman of the Institute of Strategic & International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia at the National Resilience College, 25 May 2023 Read in PDF From a cursory glance, regional cooperation in Southeast Asia flourished out of the interest in benefitting from mutual development and stability. In fact, that was…

Deepening Sino-US tensions: implications for Malaysia and Southeast Asia

05 April 2023
Closed Door Discussion with James Crabtree, Executive Director of IISS Asia on “Deepening Sino-US tensions: Implications for Malaysia and Southeast Asia” Welcoming Remarks by Prof Dr Mohd Faiz Abdullah Chairman, ISIS Malaysia Competition and rivalry between states is very much the norm in international relations and indeed one might say a defining feature of modern-day…

Proactive diplomacy to drive growth in turbulent times

21 March 2023
Malaysia must take advantage of geopolitics as US-China rivalry intensifies THE global economy is entering a turbulent period, with fears of financial uncertainty, not to mention the unfolding drama of bank failures and supply chain disruptions amid renewed conflicts complicating geopolitics.   Yet, a trading nation like Malaysia, so firmly linked to the global multilateral trading…
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