BackgroundDr Bogais is a psycho-sociologist, a strategic analyst and a negotiator. He is a specialist in foreign affairs with over three decades of academic and practical experience working in complex environments. His expertise is in violence, conflict, socio-ethics, information warfare and dynamic modelling. His area of expertise is Southeast Asia with a special focus on Myanmar, Cambodia, Vietnam, the Philippines and the South China Sea. He has served as a senior analyst, strategic advisor, negotiator - and has had ongoing involvement in strategic assessments, conflict resolution initiatives, front-line negotiations and international missions. Applying complex systems to strategic analysis and decision-making/taking, he has a considerable experience in building networks that can identify and manage uncertainty/instability to introduce change over time. He designs dynamic models and develop programs experimentation and simulations, especially in the areas of network recruitment. He is the co-founder of SARN, Strategic Assessment Research Network.
He was awarded a Master in Social & Intercultural Psychology in 1978 and a PhD in Sociology in 1984, both from Paris-Sorbonne. He practises from Sydney, Bangkok and Paris.
Associate Professor (adjunct) - School of Social and Political Sciences, the University of Sydney, Australia. Professor Bogais is a specialist lecturer and an accredited research supervisor.
Senior Research Fellow - German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Good Governance and Policy, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok. CPG is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office and supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).
Other international appointments include
- Senior Associate and Expert Adviser - Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Southeast Asia Program, Washington DC, U.S.
- Expert (Non-resident) - Middle East Institute - Middle East - Asia Project, Washington DC, U.S. (MEI/MAP)
- (Past) Expert on Southeast Asia - Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (WZB) - WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Berlin
- (Past) Visiting Fellow - Institut de Hautes Études Internationales et du Dévelopment - Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
____________________________________________________________________________Submission №6 out of 13 before the Joint Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Defence and trade - Australia (link)
" Inquiry into the benefits and risks of a Bipartisan Australian Defence Agreement, as a basis of planning for, and funding of Australian Defence capability."
Paper/Submission co-authored by Dr Simon Reay Atkinson & Dr Jean Jonathan Bogais (link to submission) - Oct-2017
Co-speaker: International Conference
…. "Optimising Hybrid IT (And Other Data Center Challenges)"
Sydney International Convention Centre. Link…
Dr Bogais & Dr Atkinson's presentation: "Quantum AI: Future Imperfect"
27 June 2017
Invited participation and Chair: International Seminar…"A Hotbed for Crises: Increasing Stakes and Tension in the South China Sea". Organised and hosted by the Southeast Asian Centre for Excellence in Governance and Policy (CPG) at Thammasat University, Bangkok.
15 June 2017
Senior military officers, diplomats, Thai officials, ASEAN officials, academics, (I)NGO representatives from all parties involved in the "crisis" met for one day to discuss the situation. A robust debate, but also an eye opener……
Invited participation at the NTS-Asia Consortium Conference on "Climate Change and Sustainable Development Goals in the Asia Pacific" — Session: Climate Change and SDGs on Partnership, Peace and Conflict
Organised by NTS-Asia Consortium and S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Link to interview…
Live analysis: Channel News Asia, Singapore - "News"
19 Sep 2017 - Analysis of Aung San Suu Kyi's speech on the Rohyngia crisis … Link
Live analysis with ABC TV NEWS 24 (Australia)
19 Sept 2017 — Analysis of Aung San Suu Kyi's speech on the Rohyngia crisis… Link
Recent essays and articles
______________________________________ Enemies of Truth:
"Convictions are more dangerous enemies of truth than lies." Friedrich Nietzsche - Human, all Too Human.