- February 2019. Q.Symposium, Centre for International Security Studies, University of Sydney
- February 2019. International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research. S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
- March 2019. Asia Consortium of Non-Traditional Security Studies, S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
- Invited presentation (Seminar). Topic: "Getting the question of Technology Rights: An Ethical Challenge in the Midst of a Global Critical Juncture". NTS (Non-Traditional Security) Asia Consortium, S.Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. November 2018
International Conference "GLOBAL ASIA IN INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES: SUSTAINABILITY, SECURITY, AND GOVERNANCE"
- Invited presentation. Session: "Weaponisation of Technologies: New Ethical Approach needed".
- Chair of panel: "Belt and Road Initiative: Conceptual Ambiguities and Strategic Imperatives"
Organised by the Department of Social Sciences, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. Co-organisers: University of Tokyo and Yale University, November 2018
Keynote Presentation: Data Centre Dynamics (DCD) Southeast Asia. A DCD global event. 11-12 September 2018, Singapore
In his keynote presentation, Dr Jean Bogais will discuss the psycho-social elements of information warfare exploring the human vulnerabilities of data centers
March 2018 - Invited presentation at the NTS-Asia Consortium Conference on "Resilience in the Face of Disruption" — 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
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 and an eye opener……
June 2017 - In this one-day event, Dr Bogais introduced the cutting edge research and experimentation he and his associate, Dr Simon Reay Atkinson are currently undertaking in the area of conflict projection and avoidance to ascertain the potential for violence to be introduced in non-violent spaces, and new thinking in conflict resolution and anti-terrorism.
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…
Invited presentation: University of the Philippines, Manila, Philippine
"Negotiating status-quo to de-escalate conflict.. When the least worse option is the best option - (January 2017)
Invited presentation: Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea
"Introducing violence in non-violent spaces to impose hegemony: A South China Sea crisis viewed through complex systems analysis". Organised by the Department of cultural anthropology - (September 2017)
Report presentation and roundtable: UNITAR, Geneva
"Introducing evaluation of three case studies on knowledge translation methodologies" - September 2016
German-Southeast Asian Centre of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok - September 2016
Special lecture 1. "The introduction of Violence in Non-Violent Spaces for the Making of a Dominant Identity: Analysing Perceptions of Conflict in the Asia Pacific Region" (Focus on the South China Sea crisis.)
Special lecture 2. Political Transformation in Southeast Asia - Recent Developments, Current Issues and Future Prospects
"Myanmar's Difficult Road to Democracy: An examination Through Complex Systems Analysis"
In this international roundtable event organised by the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, Dr Bogais talks about the state of politics in Cambodia ahead of the 2017/18 elections. He explains why Cambodia has reached a critical juncture and discusses the possible outcomes.
Podcast available soon.
Roundtable discussion/analysis (panel member) UNITAR, Geneva
"Creating conflict? Review of the South China Sea crisis" March 2016
Invited presentation:UN Security Council's Peacekeeping Operations and Political Missions meeting
"Peacebuilding strategies in non-violent spaces" March 2016
Invited discussion/review: WZB Berlin Social Science Centre, Berlin, Germany
"Review of autocratic regimes: The Philippines under Ferdinand Marcos" - May 2015
Invited moderator & panel member: Q2 International Symposium on International Security
Invited expert to moderate session: 'Diplomacy: Spacio-temporal, Multilateral and Adaptative', and join on the panel for the closing roundtable.
Organised by the Centre for International Security Studies, University of Sydney - March 2015
Invited presentation: World Universities Network - International Indigenous Research Network roundtable
“Putting out the fire - A perspective on intercultural relations” - 2 February 2015
Invited presentation: WZB Berlin Social Science Centre, Berlin, Germany
"Socio-economic disruptions and inequality behind ethnocultural conflicts in Southeast Asia" - 22 September 2014
TV broadcast: '2014 Festival of Democracy' organised by the Sydney Democracy Network at the University of Sydney
"Cambodia: Rampant Corruption - State Endorsed" - 10 October 2014. More
Michel Foucault. “Surveiller et Punir”, 1993.
« lI se peut que la guerre comme stratégie soit la continuation de la politique. Mais il ne faut pas oublier que la "politique" a été conçue comme la continuation sinon exactement et directement de la guerre, du moins du modèle militaire comme moyen fondamental pour prévenir le trouble civil. La politique, comme technique de la paix et de l’ordre intérieurs, a cherché à mettre en œuvre le dispositif de l’armée parfaite, de la masse disciplinée, de la troupe docile et utile, du régiment au camp et aux champs, à la manœuvre et à l’exercice. »