For the month of September 2017, PHISO is celebrating the scholarship of distinguished Professor Clarita R. Carlos.
Professor Clarita R. Carlos is the Elpidio Quirino Professor of International Relations (1995-96) and the Maximo Kalaw Professor of Peace and Environment (1994-95) of the University of the Philippines, Diliman. She received her PhD in Political Science from the same university. She was the recipient of two Fulbright fellowships: post-doctoral in political psychology at Cornell University (1982-83) and post-doctoral in comparative foreign policy analysis at the University of California at Los Angeles (1992). She was the former president of the National Defense College of the Philippines (1998-2001) and the current executive director of the Center for Political and Democratic Reform, Inc. Her notable publications include Democratic Deficits in the Philippines: What is to be done? (Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, 2010), Bureaucratic Reforms in the Philippines: Issues and Challenges (2004), and The Philippines in ASEAN: An assessment of 27 years of cooperation in selected functional areas (CIRSS, Foreign Service Institute, 1996).
Selected IR Publications:
An Analysis of some bases for cooperation of three functional organizations in Asia, namely, Eastern Regional Organization for Public Administration, Asian Oceanic Postal Union and Association for Science Cooperation in Asia (link here)
The Philippines in ASEAN : an assessment of 27 years of cooperation in selected functional areas (link here)