International Affairs

Kevin Downey



Professor Dr.Prapat Thepchatree
Address: Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan, Bangkok 10200
Telephone: 02-613-2301
Fax: 02-226-5651

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Courses Taugh:

Ph.D. in Political Science (International Relations) University of Georgia, U.S.A.
M.A. in Political Science (International Relations) Ohio University, U.S.A.
B.A. in Political Science (International Affairs) Thammasat University

Director, Center for ASEAN Studies, Thammasat University
President, Association for American Studies in Thailand

ASEAN
East Asian Studies
Thai Foreign Policy
Foreign Policy Analysis
International Security
International Political Economy

“A Thai Perspective : Regionalism An Asian Conversation ” The Asialink Essay Vol.2 No.4 (2010) P.11-1
“The Rise of China and India and its implications for Southeast Asia: a Thai perspective” in Lam Peng Er and Lim Tai Wei (eds.) The Rise of China and India : A New Asian Drama.( New Jersey : World Scientific)
“The Rise of China and India and its Implications to Southeast Asia: A Thai Perspective” a paper to be presented at Mahatma Gandhi-Daisaku Ikeda Peace Research Conference on “The Rise of China and India: Towards a Harmonious Region?” Organised by the East Asian Institute, Singapore 21 August 2008, Hotel Parkroyal on Beach Road, Singapore
“ASEAN-Japan Cooperation: Towards an East Asian Community” in Siriporn Wajjwalku (ed.), Japan-ASEAN Beyond Economic Partnership: Toward an East Asian Community? Bangkok, Thammasat University Press, 2006.
“Asean-Japan Cooperation: Towards an East Asian Community” A paper presented at International Conference on Japan-Asean Beyond the Economic Partnership: Toward an East Asian Community?, 30 September 2005, Wanwaitayakorn Meeting Hall, Thammasat University
“Towards an East Asian Community”, the 2nd Annual Conference of the Network of East Asian Think-Tanks(NEAT), August 16-17, 2004, Bangkok ,Thailand.

PO 271 Introduction to International Relations
PO 290 International Organizations
PO 370 Thai Foreign Affairs
PO 381 Foreign Policy of Major Powers
PO 480 Advance Theories in International Relations and Current Affairs