Dr. NOR AZIZAN Idris

Associate Professor, Politics and Security Research Centre
Head of Postgraduate Programmes, Faculty of Social Sciences, National University of Malaysia (UKM)


Contact

nai@ukm.edu.my
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Academic Qualification
Ph.D. International Politics, University of Aberystwyth
Master of Public and International Affairs (MPIA), University of Pittsburgh
B.Soc.Sc. History, National University of Malaysia (UKM)

Area of Expertise
Security and Foreign Policy, International Organizations, Politics of Development

Selected Publications

  1. Rashila Ramli, Zarina Othman, Nor Azizan Idris, Sity Daud, 2012.“ Towards a modified Approach to human security in Southeast Asia” Pertanika. Vol. 20, No. 3
  2. Cheng-Chwee Kuik, Nor Azizan Idris and Abd ahim Md Nor,2012. “ The China factor in the U.S. “Reengagement” with Southeast Asia: Drivers and limits of converged hedging” Asian Politics & Policy, Vol. 4, No. 3.
  3. Nor Azizan Idris. 2012. “ Dari pendekatan Realism eke perspektif Kritikal: Menyelurusi kajian keselamatan Semasa dan pasca Perang Dingin” Dalam. Kamarulnizam Abdullah (disunting). Keselamatan Nasional Malaysia. Bangi: Penerbit Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
  4. Nor Azizan Idris, Zarina Othman and Rashila Ramli. 2011. “Konstruktivisme social dan hubungan antarabangsa Malaysia” Akademika. Vol. 81, No, 1.
  5. Nor Azizan Idris and Zarina Othman. 2009. “ From non-interference to constructive engagement: Contemporary Malaysia-Myanmar relations” Tamkang Journal of International Affairs. Vol.1, No. 4

 

Projects and Grants

  1. Penyelidikan dan Kempen Kesedaran Mengenai Akta Anti-Pemerdagangan Migran Di Kalangan Pelajar dan Pensyarah di IPTA, (Dana Luar), Majlis Anti-Pemerdagangan Orang (MAPO), Kementerian. Dalam Negeri. 00-2011-007
  2. Developing New Theory of “Power Asymmetry”: The Case of Malaysia-US Re-engagement Policy in Southeast Asia. FRGS/1/2012/SS04/ UKM/02/1
  3. Educational Cooperation of Community of East Asian Scholars (CSEAS) Research Project. Community of East Asian Scholars (CSEAS). Thailand.