Category: Communique

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Brian U. Doce)

Chapter 11: “Religious expertise, public theology, and Philippine regime compliance” authored by Brian U. Doce Although religious groups still wield influential power in the Philippine political setting, studies exploring their role in shaping Philippine behavior in international affairs are scarce. Previous research surveying the…

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Alan Chong)

Chapter 2: “José Rizal Attacks Imperialism Softly: Comprehending the Depths of Psychological Conversion and the Temptations of Violent Solutions” authored by Alan Chong Much of Asia has yet to come to terms with imperialist legacies. José Rizal’s political thought is an indispensable guide to…

International Studies in the Philippines (An interview with Patrick Dave Q. Bugarin)

Chapter 12: “Securitization of the Global War on Terror and counterterrorism cooperation against the Abu Sayyaf Group” authored by Patrick Dave Q. Bugarin In this chapter, I investigate whether the dynamics of the post-9/11 securitization of the threat of terrorism have been instrumental to…

#PHISO2020 Exploratory Workshop

The UP CIDS Decolonial Studies Program, in partnership with the Miriam College International Studies Department and the Philippine International Studies Organization (PHISO), invites submissions of proposals for the academic workshop (September 7-10, 2020) and for the international conference (September 11-12, 2020) with the theme…

AASSREC membership

As we expand our international linkages, we are proud to announce our associate membership in the Association of Asian Social Science Research Councils (AASSREC). The Council was set up in 1973 to help promote the social sciences in the region and to create an…

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