We are very delighted, honored, and thankful that PHISO Members of Honorary Board of National Advisors are the following prominent intellectuals:
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).
Professor Temario C. Rivera is a retired professor and former chair of the Department of Political Science of the University of the Philippines. For about a decade, he also served as a tenured professor of international relations at the International Christian University (ICU) of Tokyo. He was educated at the University of the Philippines (A.B. and M.A. in political science) and the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Ph.D. in Development Studies). His major work, Landlords and Capitalists: Class, Family, and State in Philippine Manufacturing (University of the Philippines Press, 1994) received the Outstanding Social Science Book Award by the National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST) in 1996; the National Book Award (social sciences) by the Manila Critics Circle; and the U.P. Chancellor’s Book Award. His other major books include State of the Nation: Philippines (ISEAS Singapore, 1996) and as co-author and co-editor of Chasing the Wind: Assessing Philippine Democracy (1st ed., 2011; and 2nd ed., 2016). His latest article is a book chapter on “The ASEAN and the Politics of Major Powers: Impact on the Quest for a Regional Order” (2017). Under his editorship for 20 years, the Philippine Political Science Journal, the official publication of the Philippine Political Science Association (PPSA) gained the distinction of being the first professional social science journal in the country to be awarded an International Scientific Index (ISI) status and is now published by Routledge. He has written extensively on Philippine politics and democratization especially on elections, political families, political parties, the armed struggles and the peace process, middle class politics, and more recently on the Philippines’ foreign policy. He has been published in various international peer-reviewed journals, including Southeast Asian Affairs, Contemporary Southeast Asia, The Journal of Social Science, Asian Cultural Studies, Asian Survey, and the Taiwan Democracy Quarterly. Since 2013, Rivera has served as chair of the Center for People Empowerment in Governance (CenPEG), a research and policy advocacy NGO focused on issues affecting various marginalized sectors in the country.
Professor Sukarno D. Tanggol is the Chancellor of the Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology (MSU-IIT). He earned his PhD in Public Administration from the University of the Philippines, Diliman and became professor at the Mindanao State University. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao’s Social Fund for Peace and Development (2002-04), and the Philippine Ambassador to the State of Kuwait (1998-2002). He was the recipient of the University of the Philippines Alumni Association’s Distinguished Alumni Award in Peace & Social Cohesion (2013) and Distinguished Service Award of the Department of Foreign Affairs (2012). Some of Chancellor Tanggol’s notable publications are Regional Autonomy and Federalism: Concepts and Issues in the Bangsamoro Government (MSU-IIT, 2012) and Muslim Autonomy in the Philippines: Rhetoric and Reality (MSU, 1993).
Ambassador Rosario G. Manalo is the first Filipina who passed the Philippine’s career diplomat examination. She obtained BS in Foreign Service, Bachelor of Laws, and Master of Public Administration from the University of the Philippines. She also completed Master in International Relations and Diplomacy at Long Island University, USA. She served as Philippine Ambassador in Brussels, Luxembourg, Paris, Lisbon, UNESCO, and Stockholm (concurrently to both Nordic and Baltic states). She served as the Director of the European Studies program of the Ateneo de Manila University from 2005 to 2009. She lectures in Ateneo’s Political Science department, DLSU-College of St. Benilde’s Consular & Diplomatic Affairs program, Miriam’s International Studies program, and UP’s Asian Center. Amb. Manalo was Pres. Fidel V. Ramos’ adviser in 2006. She chaired the actual negotiations of the ASEAN Charter in 2007 and then became the Philippine negotiator on the Terms of Reference of the ASEAN Human Rights Body. She is currently serving as the Philippine Representative to the ASEAN Inter-Governmental Commission on Human Rights. In addition, she is representing the Philippines in the Board of Governors of the Asia-Europe Foundation. Presently, Amb. Manalo is the Dean of the Helena Z. Benitez School of International Relations and Diplomacy, and the Director of the Center for Gender Equality and People Empowerment of the Philippine Women’s University.
Herman Joseph S. Kraft is an Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science at the University of the Philippines where he teaches courses in International Relations and Comparative Politics. He has worked on and published articles and book chapters on regional security and security issues involving the Philippines and Southeast Asia. His recent publications include: “Human Security in Southeast Asia: Changing Security Norms in ASEAN?” in Chantana Banpasirichote, Philippe Doneys, Mike Hayes, and Chandan Sengupta, eds. Mainstreaming Human Security: Asian Perspectives, Bangkok, Thailand: Chula Global Network, 2012, pp. 16-29; and “Driving East Asian Regionalism: the Reconstruction of ASEAN’s Identity,” in Ralf Emmers, ed. ASEAN and the Institutionalization of East Asia, Boulder: Routledge, 2012, pp. 61-74.
Professor Julio C. Teehankee is professor of Comparative Politics and International Development Studies at De La Salle University (DLSU). In 2013, he was appointed Dean of the College of Liberal Arts at the same university. He previously served as Chair of the International Studies Department (2008-2013); and, Chair of the Political Science Department (1994-1997; 2001-2007). He is the Executive Secretary of the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA). It is Asia’s leading academic organization dealing with political and international studies and allied disciplines. He previously served as APISA President from 2009 to 2011. Prof. Teehankee is one of the convenors of the Peace and Human Security in Asia (PAHSA) network. PAHSA is a multi-year (2011-2015) international collaboration project among four Japanese and five Southeast Asian universities, with the student exchange program as its main component. He also serves as the Regional Manager for Northeast and Southeast Asia of the Varieties of Democracy (V-Dem) project. V-Dem aims to produce better Indicators of Democracy. Prof. Teehankee sat as board member of the Philippine Political Science Association and has served as its Secretary from 1995 to 1999. Currently, he is the associate editor of the Philippine Political Science Journal. He was formerly editor of the Asia Pacific Social Science Review and has recently been invited to be part of the editorial board of the Asian Journal of Comparative Politics – a new journal to be launched by SAGE publication.