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PANEL 9: Maritime Security among State and Non-State Actors in East Asia

Chair and Discussant: Rhisan Mae E. Morales (Ateneo de Davao University) – Assistant Professor, International Studies department Panel’s abstract: This panel seeks to highlight the growing traditional and non-traditional security concerns in the maritime commons of East Asia. Tensions between China and Japan’s rival… Continue Reading “PANEL 9: Maritime Security among State and Non-State Actors in East Asia”

PANEL 8: The International Politics of Middle Eastern Societies

Chair and Discussant: Dr. Nassef Manabilang Adiong (PhISO and Co-IRIS) 8.1 Decoding the Daesh: Is there Islam in the Islamic State Haron Ar-Rashid Dima (Far Eastern University, Manila) – Advanced undergraduate student, International Studies department Abstract: This research therefore analyzes the truth behind the utility… Continue Reading “PANEL 8: The International Politics of Middle Eastern Societies”

PANEL 7: Revisiting the Role of Non-State Actors in International Relations

Chair and Discussant: Dr. Anderson V. Villa (Ateneo de Davao University) – Associate Professor, International Studies department Panel’s abstract: This panel seeks to revisit the specific roles played as well as the impact of non-state actors in international relations. Through the individual level of… Continue Reading “PANEL 7: Revisiting the Role of Non-State Actors in International Relations”

ROUNDTABLE 6: UP Center for International Studies’ roundtable on Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Syllabus development of International and Global Studies

Moderator: Prof. Frances Cruz (University of the Philippines, Diliman) Participants: 6.1 Prof. Dr. Cynthia Zayas (University of the Philippines, Diliman) 6.2 Prof. Raymond Macapagal (University of the Philippines, Diliman) 6.3 Prof. Sarah Raymundo (University of the Philippines, Diliman) 6.4 Prof. Dr. Amparo Adelina Umali III (University of… Continue Reading “ROUNDTABLE 6: UP Center for International Studies’ roundtable on Pedagogy, Curriculum, and Syllabus development of International and Global Studies”

PANEL 5: Challenges to the Concept of the State in East Asia: History, Rivalry, and Migration

Chair and Discussant: Rhodalie O. Emilio (Ateneo de Davao University) – Assistant Professor, Political Science Department Panel’s abstract: This panel aims to elucidate contemporary practical and ontological challenges to the concept of the state in East Asia. As a social construct the state is… Continue Reading “PANEL 5: Challenges to the Concept of the State in East Asia: History, Rivalry, and Migration”

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