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South China Sea: ‘reasonable’ for Asean nations to be worried about Beijing’s coastguard law

Shahriman Lockman was quoted in South China Morning Post. SCMP’s China Conference:... Read More

Lawatan Menteri Luar China ke Malaysia 
Bawa Pelbagai Manfaat Kepada Negara

Hubungan diplomatik Malaysia-China telah dimeterai sejak 1974. Berpegang kepada semangat kesaksamaan, kepercayaan... Read More

South China Sea: Malaysia to stick with ‘quiet diplomacy’ towards Beijing in dispute, analysts say

Shahriman Lockman was quoted in South China Morning Post. Not only is... Read More

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 Director in the Chief Executive's Office of the Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Malaysia. His research interests include Malaysian foreign and defence policies, Southeast Asian maritime security affairs, and Malaysia-China relations, including in the context of the South China Sea. He also manages the institute’s China Engagement Initiative, which promotes Track 2 dialogue between Malaysia and China. Shahriman was a consultant to the Ministry of Defence on Malaysia’s inaugural Defence White Paper (2019), specifically on budgeting and implementation issues. He was also Malaysia’s representative in an academic assessment of common security challenges impacting the Five Power Defence Arrangements (FPDA) nations for the period 2020-2031 for the FPDA Policy Group (FPG). Shahriman is a member of the Malaysian chapter of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific (CSCAP). He has a Master of Strategic Affairs from the Australian National University.


Published Articles

South China Sea: ‘reasonable’ for Asean nations to be worried about Beijing’s coastguard law

25 February 2021
Shahriman Lockman was quoted in South China Morning Post. SCMP’s China Conference: Southeast Asia hears of possibility of ‘dangerous encounters’ with China’s coastguard in region But one Chinese legal scholar said the law was ‘wrongly interpreted’ and does not violate international norms Article by Kok Xinghui, 25 February 2021 Southeast Asian countries are rightfully worried about…

Lawatan Menteri Luar China ke Malaysia 
Bawa Pelbagai Manfaat Kepada Negara

18 October 2020
Hubungan diplomatik Malaysia-China telah dimeterai sejak 1974. Berpegang kepada semangat kesaksamaan, kepercayaan dan saling menghormati sepanjang 46 tahun, persahabatan dua negara ini telah mencoret sejarah kerjasama yang amat berjaya merangkumi pelbagai bidang.  Malah, hasil usaha Kementerian Luar Negeri pimpinan Dato’ Seri Hishammuddin Hussein sejak Mac lalu, hubungan Malaysia-China semakin akrab seterusnya membawa kepada kerjasama dalam…

South China Sea: Malaysia to stick with ‘quiet diplomacy’ towards Beijing in dispute, analysts say

08 October 2020
Shahriman Lockman was quoted in South China Morning Post. Not only is China Malaysia’s biggest trading partner, it also has a history of ‘escalation dominance’, the Malaysian scholars said in a webinar They also voiced concerns that disagreements among other South China Sea claimants had been glossed over in discussions on the dispute Article by…
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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 this region, say foreign policy experts. Malaysia has been a North Korean ally since 1973, quietly hosting semi-official “Track 2” diplomatic talks between North Korea and the United States on…
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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 over a rocky outcrop may seem insignificant. But political observers say Kuala Lumpur’s latest bid to win control of the isle of Pedra Branca puts on full display how even…
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 pragmatic approach in foreign relations, including with Malaysia, regional analysts said. Ooi Kee Beng of the ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore said that while it was still too early to…
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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 US, analysts have said. Shahriman Lockman, a senior analyst in the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia, said Malaysia remains close to the US despite Prime Minister Datuk…
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 last weekend when Barack Obama became the first United States president to visit Malaysia in almost 50 years. The sheer novelty of an American presidential visit and Obama’s rock-star appeal…
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 available here
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.
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Asia’s Security Amid Shifting Power Balances

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