"Applying Research and Experimentation to Strategy"
Profile (n.b. Bilingual - French & English - and works in both environments 🇦🇺 🇫🇷)
A/Prof. Dr. Jean (Jonathan) Bogais is a Paris-Sorbonne educated sociologist (PhD) and social and intercultural psychologist (M.A.) with over 30 years experience as an academic and professional working in spaces of violence. His principal interests are Political Violence, Applied Ethics, Information Warfare and Counter-Terrorism, which he explores using a psycho-sociological lens set over complex systems frameworks. As a strategic analyst and advisor, he has prepared critical assessments and advised government officials, military and security agencies at the highest levels, also working on complex strategic simulations. His research explores the introduction of uncertainty and instability to ascertain the potential risks of long-term radical uncertainty and instability.
Internationally recognised specialist in Southeast Asian affairs, especially Myanmar, Cambodia, Philippine and the South China Sea.Academic appointments Position
: Associate Professor (Adjunct), Specialist Lecturer, Research Supervisor
School of Social and Political Sciences | Department of Sociology & Social Policy
The University of Sydney (Link). Associate: Centre for International Security Studies. Member: Nanotechnology Research Institute
: Senior Research Fellow
. German-Southeast Asia Centre of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG). Academic institute and think tank between four universities: Thammasat, Frankfurt, Münster and Passau. Attached to the Faculty of Law, Thammasat, Bangkok (Link)
Academic Affiliation Position
: Senior Researcher (affiliated)
. Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Asia Consortium is an RSIS (S.Rajaratnman School of International Studies) project established at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. (Link
)Non-academic appointments Position
: Senior Associate / Adviser
Established in Washington D.C., CSIS is a bi-partisan, non-profit policy research organisation providing strategic insights and policy solutions. (Link)
Educating & Training (Link)
Education: Knowledge transfer is the key to knowledge sovereignty
An advocate of the importance of ethics and knowledge transfer, Professor Bogais educates and mentors in civilian and military institutions, bringing into the classroom material acquired in his field work to give students / participants real time perspectives.
Government agencies, international organisations and businesses
A specialist in complex negotiations and information warfare, Dr Bogais contributes to the introduction, testing and evaluation of new methods in deconfliction strategies, negotiation and critical assessments. He advises governments, security agencies and international agencies on Information Warfare, also providing expert advice to businesses.
Profiled in the newsletter of the Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Asia Consortium (August 2018) - (Link)
Invited presentation at the NTS-Asia Consortium Conference on "Resilience in the Face of Disruption". Dr Bogais' session: "Disruption and Cyber Technology". Organised by NTS (Non-Traditional Security) Asia Consortium and S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. March 2018.
Recent essays and articles
- Middle East Institute (MEA), Washington D.C. - Middle East/Asia Project. Links
- Asian Studies Association of Australasia (ASAA). Links
- Centre for International and Strategic Studies (CSIS), Washington D.C. Links
- NAVY. Journal of the Royal Australian Navy
___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Enemies of Truth:
"Convictions are more dangerous enemies of truth than lies." Friedrich Nietzsche - Human, all Too Human.