อ. ฑภิพร สุพร

Thapiporn Suporn


 66 5394 2989 ext 123  , mobile : 66 89 247 2767
 Email: thapiporn@gmail.com                                                thapiporn.s@cmu.ac.th




MY CLASSES

126101: Introduction to International Relations
126211: International Relations Theories
126325: International Politics
126331: Superpower in World Politics
126400: Seminar and Research Paper in International Relations
International Relations (University Studies Abroad Consortium Program)

MY PUBLICATIONS

(Selected publications in Thai)
The US Rebalance to Asia: Origins, Evolution, and Demise?’. Security Studies Monographs 188, (August 2017)
Rethinking China’s Claim over South China Sea: The Engagement between International Relations and International Law. Journal of Mekong Societies 13 (2) May-August 2017: 85-113.
The Philippines- U.S. Relations in “the Lost Decade” (1991-2001): Reinvigorating the Alliance and its Implications for ASEAN Political-Security Community. (Bangkok: King Prajadhipok's Institute, 2015).
The Manila- Washington Alliance in “the Lost Decade” (1991-2001): Reinvigorating the Alliance in the Pre- 9/11 Incidents’. Veridian E-Journal 8 (1) January- April 2015: 801-817.
China Threat” from the Philippines Perspective: the South China Sea Dispute between China - Philippines and the US. Role’. Journal of Social Sciences, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University 44 (1) January- June 2014: 143-162.
From 9/11 to the (UN)winnable War on Terrorism: The Negative Implications for the American Hegemony’. Journal of Political Science and Law Kalasin University 2 (1) January- June 2014: 1-39.
The Neo- Gramscian Approach in International Relations’. Journal of Social Sciences Naresuan University 9 (2) July-December 2013: 121-144.
Rethinking Thaksin Shinawatra’s Perceptions of the Terrorism and the War on Terrorism: The Return of Bangkok- Washington Relations in the Post 9/11 Era’. Journal of Social Sciences Naresuan University 9 (1) January- June 2013: 53-79.
The Role of the League of Nations during the Interwar Period: The (Im)Possible Dream of Liberalism ? And the Implications for the International Politics’. Journal of European Studies 21 (1) January- June 2013 (82-110).
Rethinking International Negotiation through the Two-Level Game: The Case Study of the South China Sea Dispute between China and the Philippines, from Ramos- Aquino III’. Southeast Current 10 (109) January 2013: 53-79.