Associate Dean for Student Affairs
I joined IDIS as an Assistant Dean in 2009. I am currently a PhD candidate in Kulliyah (Faculty) of Islamic Revealed Knowledge and Human Sciences, Political Science Department, International Islamic University Malaysia. My dissertation’s topic is related to Middle Power Theory and Thai Foreign Policy. My research interest also includes Islamic and Muslim issues in Southeast Asia and beyond.
MA in Political Science, International
Islamic University Malaysia, Malaysia
BA in Political Science (International Relations), Ramkhamhaeng University, Thailand
Mamadkul, J. (2017). Saudi Arabia – Iran’s Foreign Policy Crisis: A Case Study of Execution of Saudi Shia Cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. RJSH Vol. 4, No. 1, January – June 2017, pp.75-82.
Opiyo, P. O., Sukontasap, D., Mamadkul, J., & Brown, R. U. (2016). Strategies to Increase the Number of Kenyan Diaspora in Southeast Asian Countries under the Accreditation of Kenya Mission in Bangkok. Open Journal of Political Science, 6, 123-133. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ojps.2016.62012
IRD 101 Introduction to Southeast Asian Political Economy and Culture
IRD 241 Thai Government and Politics
IRD 261 International Experience in International Relations and Development
IRD 331 ASEAN Studies
IRD 358 Powers in Asia Pacific
IRD 403 Current Issues in International Relations and Development
POL 206 Introduction to Comparative Politics and Government