FORA.tv Speaker - Donald Emmerson
Director, Southeast Asia Forum, Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University
Donald Emmerson is director of the Southeast Asia Forum (SEAF) at Shorenstein APARC, a senior fellow at FSI, and an affiliated scholar with the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies. He has taught courses on Southeast Asia in International Relations and International Policy Studies and for the Bing Overseas Studies Program.
Publications by Emmerson in 2005-2006 include: "Shocks of Recognition: Leifer, Realism, and Regionalism in Southeast Asia" in Order and Security in Southeast Asia (2006); "Garuda and Eagle: Do Birds of A (Democratic) Feather Fly Together?" The Indonesian Quarterly (2006); "One Nation under God? History, Faith, and Identity in Indonesia" in Religion and Religiosity in the Philippines and Indonesia (2006); "Security, Community, and Democracy in Southeast Asia: Analyzing ASEAN," Japanese Journal of Political Science (August 2005); "What Do the Blind-sided See? Reapproaching Regionalism in Southeast Asia," The Pacific Review (March 2005); and "What Is Indonesia?" in Indonesia: The Great Transition (2005). Earlier publications, authored or edited, include upwards of a dozen monographs and a hundred articles or book chapters.
Emmerson serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Democracy and the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. In 2005-2006 he was a member of two study groups focused on ASEAN and regionalism in Southeast Asia - a Task Force on East Asia Community-Building and U.S. Policy (Asia Foundation), and a Strategic Dialogue on New Power Dynamics in Southeast Asia (Stanley Foundation). In 2002-2004 he took part in two other working groups on U.S.-Asian relations and served on a SEAF-cosponsored National Commission on U.S.-Indonesian Relations. The Commission's report led to Congressional hearings and an executive-branch initiative to assist Indonesian education. He has testified before Congress on Asian affairs on several occasions.
03.15.07 | 00:55:54 min
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