Graduates

Dr Mohd Hazmi Bin Mohd RUSLI  

Hazmi Rusli

Biography:

Research on the marine environment of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore. 

Current Position:

  • Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Syariah and Law, USIM, Malaysia
  • Visiting Professor, School of Law, Far Eastern Federal University, Vladivostok, Russia.
  • Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Oceanography and Environment, Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT), Malaysia.
  • Member of the Law Forum of the American Research Institute for Policy Development (AAIR), New York, United States of America
  • Honorary Post-Doctoral Research Associate, Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security, University of Wollongong, Australia

PhD Title:

Balancing Shipping and Protection of the Marine Environment of Straits used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore 

PhD Supervisors:

Professor Robin Warner, Professor at ANCORS

Professor Martin Tsamenyi, Director Emeritus and Professor at ANCORS

Selected Publications: 

2010 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Attempts to Seek Alternative Routes to the Straits of Malacca and Singapore' (2010) 1(1) Journal of Maritime Geopolitics and Culture

2011 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Balancing the Tensions between Shipping and Marine Environmental Protection in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Have the Straits Reached an Environmental Tipping Point' (2011) 7(2) The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'The Legal Feasibility of the Imposition of a Traffic Limitation Scheme in Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore' (2011) 1(6) International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Ensuring Safe Navigation' (2011) (131/2011) RSIS Commentaries

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'The Application of Compulsory Pilotage in Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore' (2011) 3(4) Asian Politics & Policy

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'The Legal Feasibility of Imposing Shipping Controls in Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore' (2011) 2(9) OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development

2012 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'The Application of Transit Passage Regime in Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore' (2012)  Asian Politics & Policy

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Navigational Hazards in International Maritime Chokepoints: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore' (2012) Journal of International Studies 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Protecting vital sea lines of communication: A study of the proposed designation of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore as a particularly sensitive sea area' (2012) 57 Ocean & Coastal Management

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Navigational Regimes Through Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore ' (2012) 19(1) MIMA Bulletin

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'The Cross-Strait Traffic in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore: An Impediment to Safe Navigation' (2012) 141 RSIS Commentary

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Maritime Highways of Southeast Asia: Alternative Straits?' (2012) 024/2012 RSIS Commentary

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'The Palk Strait Project: A Transit Passage Regime for a Canal' (2012) 087/2012 RSIS Commentary

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘The Cross-strait Traffic in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore: An Impediment to Safe Navigation’ (2012) 141/2012 RSIS Commentary 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Mohd Azim bin Mazlan, ‘Sultan of Sulu’s Sabah Claim: A Case of Long-lost Sovereignty’ (2013) 043/2013 RSIS Commentary 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Pride of the Malay Archipelago, Priceless Maritime Heritage of the World' (2012) Special Edition 2012 Jurnal Hadhari, An International Journal

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Bridges Across Critical International Shipping Ways: A Study of the Proposed Strait of Malacca Bridge' (2012) (Issue 15) China Ocean Law Review  

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, 'Alternatives to the Straits of Malacca and Singapore: Routes Through the Indonesian Archipelago' (2012) 19(2) MIMA Bulletin

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Balancing Shipping and the Protection of the Marine Environment of Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore University of Wollongong, 2012). 

Khairil Azmin Mokhtar , Maizatun Mustafa and Mohd Hazmi Rusli (2012) Mitigating the Implication of Offshore Oil and Gas Activities on the Marine Environment in Malaysia: Some Measures through Environmental Impact Assessment. Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences. 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘Maritime Highways of Southeast Asia’ Jakarta Post (February 2012) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘An impediment to safe navigation?’ Jakarta Post (August 2012) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘Transit Passage Regime for a Canal?’ Ceylon Today (May 2012) 

2013 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Maizatun binti Mustafa and Wan Izatul Asma binti Wan Talaat ‘Replacing the transit passage regime with freedom of navigation in the strait of Malacca: A case study with special reference to the Korea strait’ (2013) 78 Ocean and Coastal Management 

Rahmat bin Mohamad, Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Mohd Azim bin Mazlan, ‘We Have Sovereign Rights Over Sabah’ New Straits Times (March 2013) 

Rahmat bin Mohamad, Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Mohd Azim bin Mazlan, ‘World Sees Sabah as part of Malaysia’ New Straits Times (March 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Muhamad Azim bin Mazlan, ‘Sulu Sultan’s Claim: A Case of Long Lost Sovereignty’ Thai Nation, (March 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Muhamad Azim bin Mazlan, ‘FILIPPINE: Sabah, una rivendicazione persa da tanto tempo? Altervista, (March 2013) 

Rahmat bin Mohamad and Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Self-determination vs Historical Claims: A Case of Sovereignty over Sabah’ The Malaysian Insider (May 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Nurfadhilah Che Amani ‘To bridge or not to bridge the Johor Strait’  Malaysiakini (June 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘Proposed Thai Canal Project: Between Myth and Reality’ The Malay Mail Online (June 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Maizatun binti Mustafa ‘Can Serumpun still bind Malays and Indonesians after recent cultural flare ups? The Edge Malaysia (June 2013)

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Rahmat Mohamad ‘Singapore Lighthouse on Our Island’ The Sundaily (August 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Wan Izatul Asma Wan Talaat ‘The Proposed Strait of Malacca Bridge: Linking or Breaking the Region?’ The Malaysian Insider (September 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Mohd Hazri bin Mohd Rusli ‘The Malay States of Tanah Melayu: Colonies or Vassals?’ The Malay Mail Online (October 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Wan Izatul Asma Wan Talaat ‘Particularly Sensitive Sea Area: An Option for Malaysia’ The Malaysian Insider (November 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Wan Izatul Asma Wan Talaat ‘East Asia Future Maritime Highway’ Asia Times Online (November 2013) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Wan Izatul Asma Wan Talaat, Mohd Afandi bin Salleh ‘Kepulauan Natuna: Bergeografikan Malaysia, Berdaulatkan Indonesia’ mStar Online (Disember 2013) 

Wan Izatul Asma Wan Talaat, Norhayati Mohd Tahir, Mohd Hazmi Mohd Rusli, Mohd Lokman Husain ‘The Laws and Policies for the Sustainable Management of Biodiversity in Malaysia’ (2013) 8 (2) Journal of Sustainable Science and Management 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, The Legal Feasibility of the Imposition of a Cost-recovery Mechanism in Straits Used for International Navigation: A Study of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore’ 2 (2013) China Ocean Law Review 

2014 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Glorious Past of Malay Seafarers’ New Straits Times (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘The Proposed Johor-Riau Link: A Tunnel to Nowhere’ The Malaysian Insider (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Indonesia and Malaysia’s Tunnel to Nowhere’ Asia Sentinel (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Kebebasan Pelayaran di Kepulauan Melayu: Adat Antarabangsa yang Dilupakan’ mStar Online (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Indonesia and Malaysia’s Tunnel to Nowhere’ Asia Sentinel (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘The Proposed Johor-Riau Link: A Tunnel to Nowhere’ The Malaysian Insider (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Rahmat Mohammad ‘Glorious Past of Malay Seafarers’ New Straits Times (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Rahmat Mohammad ‘Kebebasan Pelayaran di Kepulauan Melayu: Adat Antarabangsa yang Dilupakan’ mStar Online (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Rahmat Mohammad ‘Freedom of Navigation in the Malay Archipelago: An Unsung International Custom’ Bernama (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Hikayat Seorang Raja dan Mahkamah Keadilan Antarabangsa’ The Malaysian Insider (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Kebebasan Pelayaran di Kepulauan Melayu: Adat Antarabangsa yang Dilupakan’ mStar Online (January 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Bagaimana Rumpun Melayu Bangun Menentang Penjajah’ mStar Online (February 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli & Rahmat Mohamad ‘Will Transpeninsula Pipeline Project Proceed’ Focus Malaysia (February 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Rahmat Mohammad ‘Sailing Through Difficult Waters’ New Straits Times (February 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli and Rahmat Mohammad ‘Need to Preserve Cordial Relations’ New Straits Times (April 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli & Rahmat Mohamad ‘UiTM: A Legal Social Contract’ The Malaysian Insider (May 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli & Rahmat Mohamad ‘Were the Malays Immigrants’ The Malay Mail (May 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘Selatan Thailand: Wilayah Melayu yang Hilang’ mStar Online (June 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli ‘MH 17: How Safe are the Skies?’ The Malay Mail Online (July 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli & Rahmat Mohamad ‘Priceless Maritime Heritage’ New Straits Times (July 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘Leaves of the Same Tree’ New Straits Times (September 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘Sabah and the Malaysian Federation: Leaves of the Same Tree’, New Straits Times (September 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli & Roman Dremlyuga, ‘Salvaging Vital Southeast Asian Maritime Waterways’ The Malay Mail Online (November 2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Wan Abdul Fattah Wan Ismail and Siti Martiah Anwar ‘The Laws on Piracy in Straits of Malacca & Singapore Territories: Islamic Qanun Al-Harabah and Its Relevance  UiTM Law Review vol 4 July (2014) 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, ‘MH 17: How Safe are the Skies’ Asian Academic Research Journal of Social Science and Humanities, 1 (28), 150-154. 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Abdul Hamid Khin Maung Sein, Wan Izatul Asma Wan Talaat & Maizatun Mustafa, ‘Erecting Malaysia’s Maritime Fence Over the Straits of Malacca and Singapore’, AALCO Journal of International Law, 3 (1), 111-120. 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Maizatun binti Mustafa, ‘Sultan of Sulu’s Sabah Claim: Reminiscence of a Long-Lost Sovereignty’, Journal of Social Science for Policy Implications 2(1) 2014, 1-6. 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Rahmat Mohamad & Roman Dremliuga, ‘Pulau Pisang Light: A Non-Malaysian Lighthouse on a Malaysian Island’, JATI, 19 (2014), 35-40. 

Mohd Hazmi bin Mohd Rusli, Wan Izatul Asma binti Wan Talaat & Lowell B. Bautista, ‘Linking the East and West: Discovering Alternatives to the Straits of Malacca and Singapore’ in Port, Maritime and Hinterland Development in Southeast Asia: Issues and Challenges, UUM Publisher, 2014.

 

Last reviewed: 30 March, 2015