Qualifications: PhD (Northern Illinois), MPA (Cornell University), MA (Univ. of the Philippines Diliman) BA (Univ. of the Philippines Diliman)
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- Responsibility to Protect, human security, and human development
- Comparative Southeast Asian politics and International Relations of Southeast Asia
- ASEAN security, ASEAN external relations and major power relations in East Asia
- Southeast Asian regional security
Dr Noel M. Morada is former Professor of Political Science at the University of the Philippines Diliman and was a Distinguished Visiting Professor at the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at the Johns Hopkins University in Washington DC. In 2005, he was commissioned by the Canadian Embassy in Manila to undertake research on responses to R2P in Southeast Asia from which a R2P Roadmap in the region was published and has served as a guide to the work of the Centre. He has developed a template for R2P plan of action in directing the Philippines programme of the Centre and has conducted lectures and seminars on R2P for government officials, civil society groups, and academia in the Philippines and Southeast Asia. He is an advocate of a bottom-up approach in building awareness and constituency around R2P in the region.
Apart from his research and advocacy on R2P, he is also involved in regional security research and dialogue specifically dealing with terrorism, maritime security, and non-traditional security issues in Southeast Asia. He has also done research and publication on ASEAN external relations, the ASEAN Regional Forum and cooperative security in the Asia Pacific, as well as human security and human development in the region.
- Noel M. Morada with Jurgen Haacke, eds. Cooperative Security in the Asia Pacific: The ASEAN Regional Forum (London: Routledge, 2010)
- Noel M. Morada & Teresa Encarnacion-Tadem, eds. Philippine Politics and Governance: An Introduction(Quezon City: University of the Philippines, 2006)
- Noel M. Morada & Teresa Encarnacion-Tadem, eds. Philippine Politics and Governance: Challenges to Democratization and Governance (Quezon City: University of the Philippines, 2006)