The Research Team

Aileen S.P. Baviera is a professor and former dean of the Asian Center, University of the Philippines. She holds a Master degree in Asian Studies and a PhD in Political Science, with international relations as her specialization.

Edgardo E. Dagdag is a professor at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines. He holds a Master degree in National Security Administration.

Eduardo T. Gonzalez is a professor at the Asian Center, UP. Before joining the university, he serves as President of the Development Academy of the Philippines. He holds a Master degree in Public Policy Analysis and a PhD in Public Policy from the University of Pennsylvania.

Herman Joseph S. Kraft is an associate professor at the Political Science Department, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines. He is the former executive director of Institute for Strategic and Development Studies. He has worked on and published articles and book chapters on regional security and security issues involving the Philippines and Southeast Asia.

Hussein Macarambon is a former research associate at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines Diliman. He holds Master degree in Environ-mental Policy. He is currently the county liaison officer for UNESCO Office in Jakarta.

Amado M. Mendoza, Jr. is a professor at the Political Science Department, College of Social Sciences and Philosophy, University of the Philippines. He holds a Master in International studies and a PhD in Political Science. His research interests are in politics and political economy.

Noel M. Morada is a former professor at the Political Science Department, University of the Philippines. He is currently the executive director, of Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect, School of Political Science and International Studies, The University of Queensland, St. Lucia, QLD, Brisbane, Australia.

Rowena R. Pangilinan is currently Foreign Service Officer IV at the Depart-ment of Foreign Affairs. At the time of this writing, she was a lecturer in Chi-nese studies at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines. She holds the degrees Master in International Studies and Master of Arts in Contemporary China.

Carolyn I. Sobritchea is a professor of Philippine Studies at the Asian Cen-ter, University of the Philippines. She was formerly Director of the Center for Women’s Studies. She holds a Master degree in Asian Studies and a PhD in Anthropology.

Eduardo C. Tadem is a professor at the Asian Center, University of the Phil-ippines. He holds a Master degree in Asian Studies and a PhD in Southeast Asian Studies.

Rolando Talampas is a professor at the Asian Center, University of the Philippines. He holds a Master degree in Asian Studies. His research inter-ests include development studies and migrant workers.

RESEARCH COLLABORATORS

Tina S. Clemente is an assistant professor at the Asian Center, UP. She holds a Master degree and PhD in Economics from the University of the Philippines Diliman.

Teresa Encarnacion-Tadem is a professor at the Political Science Depart-ment, University of the Philippines Diliman. She holds a Master degree in Political Science and a PhD in Politics and Public Administration.