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Experts: They shouldn’t throw all of our goodwill in the drain

PETALING JAYA: North Korea’s baseless accusations against Malaysia are an unwise move... Read More

Why Malaysia Is Fighting Singapore Over A Rock

Against the backdrop of the high-stakes, multi-nation territorial row in the oil... Read More

Despite fiery talk, pundits say Trump unlikely to harm Malaysia-US ties

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 10 — For all his wild remarks in the... Read More

Analysts: Malaysia’s blossoming ties with China not tilt away from US

KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 3 — Malaysia's growing economic and defence ties with... Read More

International Security Takes a Surge Forward

An announcement on the Proliferation Security Initiative last week received scant attention,... Read More

A Need to Address Nuclear Dangers

Article by Nobumasa Akiyama, Shahriman Lockman, Tanya Ogilvie-White, Manpreet Sethi and Chan-Hoon... Read More

A Fresh Foreign Affairs Realism

Shahriman Lockman, Senior Analyst, was quoted in the 10 September 2013 edition... Read More

Knowing How Much to Worry

Article by Shahriman Lockman which appeared in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists,... Read More

Escalating a Major Power Rivalry from Down Under

Article by Shahriman Lockman which appeared in New Straits Times, 19 April... Read More

An Exaggerated Risk, Yet a Real One

By Shahriman Lockman which appeared in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 12... Read More

Nuclear Power’s Limited Usefulness and Limited Proliferation Risk

Article by Mr Shahriman Lockman, which appeared in the Bulletin of the... Read More

Asia’s Future Strategic Environment

By Shahriman Lockman which appeared in TheEdge, 4 July 2011, pp. 67... Read More

Asia’s Security Amid Shifting Power Balances

By Shahriman Lockman which appeared in Japan Spotlight, May/June 2011, pp. 32-35. Read More

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Mr Shahriman Lockman

Shahriman Lockman is a Senior Analyst in the Foreign Policy and Security Studies Programme of ISIS Malaysia. His research interests include Malaysian foreign policy, Malaysia-Indonesia relations and Asian security. He has published articles in the New Straits Times, the Bangkok Post, The Edge (Malaysia), The Strategist, Japan Spotlight and the website of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. He has also been quoted by publications such as The Australian and The Diplomat. Shahriman is a member of the Malaysian chapter of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP). In 2013, he was among a select group of participants of the U.S. State Department’s premier professional exchange programme, the International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP), on “U.S. Foreign Policy in Southeast Asia.” He was a Visiting Fellow at the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy at the Australian National University in early 2007. Shahriman has a Master of Strategic Affairs from the Australian National University.


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Experts: They shouldn’t throw all of our goodwill in the drain

14 March 2017
PETALING JAYA: North Korea’s baseless accusations against Malaysia are an unwise move that will alienate the reclusive country from one of its crucial allies in...
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Why Malaysia Is Fighting Singapore Over A Rock

14 March 2017
Against the backdrop of the high-stakes, multi-nation territorial row in the oil and gas-rich South China Sea, a freshly reopened dispute between Singapore and Malaysia...
pundits say Trump unlikely to harm Malaysia-US ties

Despite fiery talk, pundits say Trump unlikely to harm Malaysia-US ties

13 January 2017
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 10 — For all his wild remarks in the run-up to winning the US presidency yesterday, Donald Trump will likely take a...
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Analysts: Malaysia’s blossoming ties with China not tilt away from US

13 January 2017
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 3 — Malaysia's growing economic and defence ties with China does not mean it is moving away from ally and trade partner...
International Security Takes a Surge Forward

International Security Takes a Surge Forward

05 May 2014
An announcement on the Proliferation Security Initiative last week received scant attention, but it has major implications for Malaysia. THERE was no shortage of razzmatazz...
A Need to Address Nuclear Dangers

A Need to Address Nuclear Dangers

20 March 2014
Article by Nobumasa Akiyama, Shahriman Lockman, Tanya Ogilvie-White, Manpreet Sethi and Chan-Hoon Shin which appeared in The Star, 19 March 2014.
A Fresh Foreign Affairs Realism

A Fresh Foreign Affairs Realism

12 September 2013
Shahriman Lockman, Senior Analyst, was quoted in the 10 September 2013 edition of The Australian on the challenges for the new government in Canberra. Also...
Knowing How Much to Worry

Knowing How Much to Worry

07 May 2012
Article by Shahriman Lockman which appeared in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 3 May 2012
Escalating a Major Power Rivalry from Down Under

Escalating a Major Power Rivalry from Down Under

19 April 2012
Article by Shahriman Lockman which appeared in New Straits Times, 19 April 2012
An Exaggerated Risk, Yet a Real One

An Exaggerated Risk, Yet a Real One

16 April 2012
By Shahriman Lockman which appeared in Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 12 April 2012 Also available here .
Nuclear Power’s Limited Usefulness and Limited Proliferation Risk

Nuclear Power’s Limited Usefulness and Limited Proliferation Risk

02 April 2012
Article by Mr Shahriman Lockman, which appeared in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 28 March 2012 Available also: Click here
asia future strategic environment

Asia’s Future Strategic Environment

04 July 2011
By Shahriman Lockman which appeared in TheEdge, 4 July 2011, pp. 67 and 70.
asia military

Asia’s Security Amid Shifting Power Balances

23 May 2011
By Shahriman Lockman which appeared in Japan Spotlight, May/June 2011, pp. 32-35.