Wilfrido V. Villacorta
Data di nascita 22 maggio 1945
Luogo Manila (Filippine)
Nomina 20 novembre 1999 - 19 novembre 2019
Disciplina Scienze politiche
Titolo Professore emerito
Principali premi, riconoscimenti e accademie
Medaglia presidenziale al Merito, conferitagli dal Presidente delle Filippine, 2007, per i suoi servizi al regionalismo ASEAN; Nomina come Membro Fondatore del Curatorium, Accademia Xiamen di Diritto Internazionale, 2005-oggi; Outstanding Manilan Award (Educazione e Diplomazia), 2005; Fulbright-Freeman Distinguished Centennial Lecturer Award, 1998, USA; Centenary of Benedictines in the Philippines Award in Education, 1995; Chevalier dans L'Ordre des Palmes Academiques, onorificenza accademica concessa dal Governo francese, 1992; Premio della Komisyon sa Wikang Pilipino (Commissione per la Lingua filippina), 1991; Presidente, Philippine Social Science Council, 1980; Presidente, Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society in Social Sciences, Beta Chapter; Membro, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche filippino; Membro, Phi Delta Kappa International Honor Society in Education; Accademico, Pontificia Accademia delle Scienze Sociali; Membro-Commissario, Commissione Nazionale delle Filippine presso l'UNESCO; Consigliere accademico e Professore onorario, Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University.
Riassunto dell’attività scientifica
Laurea in Scienze Politiche, Università delle Filippine, Quezon City, Filippine, 1965; M.A. in Politica, con specializzazione in Diritto e Relazioni Internazionali, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., USA, 1968; Ph.D. in Politica, con specializzazione in Diritto e Relazioni Internazionali, Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C., USA, 1972. Ambasciatore delle Filippine e Rappresentante Permanente presso l'ASEAN, 2010-2012; Vice Segretario-Generale, Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Jakarta, Indonesia, 2003-06; Professore, De La Salle University, 1986-2003; Presidente fondatore, Yuchengco Center, un centro di ricerca presso la De La Salle University, 1984-2003; Vice-Presidente Senior per le Operazioni Esterne, De La Salle University, 1987-93; Delegato della Commissione Costituzionale che ha redatto l'attuale Costituzione filippina (come Presidente del Comitato di Risorse Umane ha sostenuto disposizioni sui diritti dei minori, diritto all'informazione, diritto all'istruzione e all'assistenza sanitaria, diritto alla vita, uguaglianza delle donne, diritti umani e giustizia sociale) 1986; Preside del College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University, 1983-86; Segretario Generale, Association of Christian Universities and Colleges in Asia (ACUCA), 1978-82; Specialista Senior, Regional Center for Educational Innovation and Technology, Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO-INNOTECH), 1976-78. Visiting Professor presso: University of Malaya, 2006-09; University Malaysia Sarawak, 2008; Ritsumeikan Asia-Pacific University, 2003, 2009; University of Southern Queensland, 1994; Ohio University, 1987; Han Nam University, 1989; Waseda University, 1980. Ricercatore presso: Institute of Social Science, Waseda University, 1994; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore, 1994; Institute of Developing Economies (Giappone), 1993. Professore Emerito e Socio Docente, De La Salle University; Visiting Professor, Asia-Europe Institute, University of Malaya; Consulente, International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (International IDEA), Svezia. Le mie ricerche si sono focalizzate sulle relazioni internationali in Asia Orientale – sia nel Nordest Asiatico che nel Sudest Asiatico. I miei studi spaziano dai diritti umani e democrazia alle relazioni bilaterali tra le Filippine e i poteri regionali in Asia Orientale, nella fattispecie gli Stati Uniti, il Giappone e la Cina, insieme a questioni di integrazione regionale.
“Strengthening the Foundation for an ASEAN Community”. In: ASEAN Matters! Reflecting on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. Ed. by Lee Yoong Yoong. Singapore: Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore (NUS), Institute of Policy Studies, NUS, and World Scientific Publishing. Pp. 303-314; “Impact of Public Governance on the Rights of the Child”. In: The Future of the Filipino Child: Development Issues and Trends. Ed. by Florangel Rosario-Braid, Ramon Tuazon and Ann Lourdes Lopez. Metro Manila: UNICEF and Asian Institute of Communications and Journalism. Pp. 208-227; Noynoy: Triumph of a People’s Campaign. Metro Manila: Anvil Publishing; The Indivisibility of Rights of the Human Person, Catholic Social Doctrine and Human Rights, ed. by Roland Minnerath, Ombretta Fumagalli Carulli, and Vittorio Possenti, Vatican City: Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, 2010; The Impact of Public Governance on the Rights of the Filipino Child, The Future of Filipino Children: Development Issues and Trends, Makati: UNICEF and Asia Institute of Journalism and Communications, 2010; Inter-regional Cooperation in Democracy Building: Prospects for Enhancing ASEAN-EU Engagement, Stockholm: International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance (IDEA), 2009; The ASEAN Charter as a Catalyst to the Realization of the ASEAN Economic Community, Soochow Law Journal, Volume V, Number 1, January, 2008; ASEAN-Japan Relations: The China Factor, Diplomatic Relations between Japan and Southeast Asia: Progress and Challenges through Half-a-Century, ed. by Ronald D. Holmes, Quezon City: Philippine Social Science Council and The Japan Foundation, 2007; Ending Poverty through the UN Millennium Development Goals: Some Reflections, Charity and Justice in the Relations among Peoples and Nations, Mary Ann Glendon, Juan José Llach and Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo (eds), Vatican City: Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, 2007; The Human Person in Theravada Buddhism and Islam: Implications for Governance in Southeast Asia, Conceptualization of the Person in the Social Sciences, Edmond Malinvaud and Mary Ann Glendon (eds), Vatican City: Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, 2006; Political Relations between Japan and the Philippines during the Aquino and Ramos Administrations, Philippines-Japan Relations, Ikehata Setsuho and Lydia Yu Jose (eds), Quezon City: Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2003; Co-authored with Bachtiar Alam, Perceptions of Japan and the Japanese by Filipinos and Indonesians: An Intergenerational Study, Manila: De La Salle University Press, 2002; The Strategic Implications of the Asian Financial Crisis: A Philippine Perspective, The European Union, United States and ASEAN: Challenges and Prospects for Cooperative Engagement in the 21st Century, ed. by K.S. Nathan, London: ASEAN Academic Press, 2002; The American Influence on Philippine Political and Constitutional Tradition, Mixed Blessing: The Impact of the American Colonial Experience on Politics and Society in the Philippines, ed. by Hazel McFerson, Westport CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, 2002; Verso una Cultura Civica e Universale, Globalizzazione: Conflitto o Dialogo di Civiltà?, ed. by Roberto Papini, Napoli: Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane, 2002; Co-authored with Eric Batalla, The Political Dimensions of the Philippine Response to the Financial Crisis, Southeast Asia into the Twenty First Century: Crisis and Beyond, Abdul Rahman Emborg and Jurgen Rudolph (eds), Bangi: Penerbit University Kebangsaan Malaysia, 2000; Foreign Policy Issues in East Asia: Implications for Relations with Latin America, (translated to Spanish), Diplomacia (Journal of the Andrés Bello Diplomatic Academy of Chile), No. 85. Oct-Dec 2000; Human Rights and Culture: Implications for Human Security, Asia's Emerging Regional Order: Reconciling Traditional and Human Security, William Tow, Ramesh Thakur and In-Taek Hyun (eds), New York: United Nations University Press, 2000; Project Director. Rebuilding Bridges: Fifty Years of Philippines-Japan Relations: 1948-1998, Manila: Yuchengco Center for East Asia, 1999; Philippines: Nationalism and Regionalism, Strategic Cultures in the Asia-Pacific Region, Ken Booth and Russell Trood (eds), London: Macmillan Press, 1999; Philippines Performance during the Financial Crisis: Implications for U.S. and Japanese Involvement, Southeast Asia's Changing Landscape: Implications for U.S.-Japan Relations on the Eve of the Twenty-First Century, ed. by Gerrit W. Gong, Washington D.C.: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1999; Japanese Official Development Assistance to the Philippines: An Analysis of the Policy Process and Its History, Philippines and Japan: Facets and Dimensions, Quezon City: Ateneo De Manila University and Manila: De La Salle University Press, 1999; Democracy in Asia: A Status Report, Proceedings on the Workshop on Democracy, Vatican: Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences, 1998; Preparing the Child for 2020: Political and Cultural Imperatives, Megatrends: The Future of Filipino Children, Manila: United Nations Children's Fund, the Asian Institute of Journalism and Communications and Katha Publishing Co., Inc., 1998; Co-edited with Scott Thompson, The Philippine Road to NIChood, Manila: De La Salle University and Social Weather Stations, 1996; Issues in Sustainable Development in Japan-ASEAN Relations, Kazuyasu Ochiai (ed.), In Search of Sustainable Development: Japan in the Circum-Pacific Area, Mito: Ibaraki University, 1995; The Political Economy of Japan's Foreign Policy towards ASEAN Countries, Tokyo: Institute of Developing Economies, 1995; Japan's Asian Identity: Concerns for ASEAN-Japan Relations, ASEAN Economic Bulletin. Vol. 11, No. 1 (July), 1994; The Curse of the Weak State: Leadership Imperatives for the Ramos Government,Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 16, No. 1, 1994; Co-authorship, Philippine Human Development Report, ed. by Solita Monsod, Makati: United Nations Development Program, 1994; Asia and the Pacific since 1945: A Filipino Perspective (translated to Japanese), in Ajia-Taiheyo no Sengo Seiji, ed. by Takashi Inoguchi, Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun Press, 1993; The Philippine Territorial Claim in the South China Sea, Fishing in Troubled Waters: Proceedings of an Academic Conference on Territorial Claims in the South China Sea, ed. by R.D. Hill, Norman Owen and E.V. Roberts, Hong Kong: Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1992; Ideological Orientation of Political Forces in the Aquino Era, Economy and Politics under Corazon Aquino, ed. by Bernard Dahm, Hamburg: Mittei lung en des Instituts fur Asienkunde, 1991; The Politics of Language in the Third World: Toward Theory Building, International Journal of the Sociology of Language, No. 88, 1991; Political Contestation in the Philippines: Rhetoric and Reality, Political Contestation: Case Studies from Asia, Norma Mahmoud and Zakaria Haji Ahmad (eds), Singapore: Heimann for Friedrich Naumann Foundation, 1990; Philippine-Soviet Relations, The Soviet Union and the Asia-Pacific Region, Pushpa Thambipillai and Daniel Matuszewski (eds), New York: Praeger, 1989; The Management of National Security in the Philippines: The Role of Leadership Styles, Leadership Perceptions and National Security: The Southeast Asian Experience, Mohammed Ayoob and Chai-anan Samidavanija (eds), Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 1989; Changing Philippine Perceptions of the Soviet Union, Foreign Relations Journal. Vol. II, No. 1, 1989; Japanese Presence in the Philippines: Filipino Perceptions, Presence and Perceptions: The Underpinnings of ASEAN-Japan Relations, ed. by Charles Morrison, Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange, 1986; The Catholic Church in Contemporary Philippine Politics, The Social Science Review (Waseda University, Tokyo), Vol. 28, No. 1, October 1982; 1984; The Four Modernizations Program of China: Its Implications for Southeast Asia, China and Southeast Asia, ed. by Theresa Chiong-Carino, Manila: China Studies Program, De La Salle University. 1977; Co-editorship with Charles McCarthy, The Chinese in ASEAN Countries, Manila: De La Salle University, 1976; Towards the Post-Mao Era: Selected Chinese Sources on Contemporary China, Manila: De La Salle University, 1976; Co-authorship with Isagani Yuzon, The Political Experience of Man, Manila: De La Salle University, 1975; The Philosophy and Social Gospel of Theravada Buddhism, Philippiniana Sacra, Vol. VIII, No. 23,1973.
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Social Inclusion in Governance and Peace-Building in Asia (PDF) 2014
The Indivisibility of Rights of the Human Person (PDF) 2009
Contribution to the panel (PDF) 2009
Ending Poverty through the UN Millennium Development Goals: Some Reflections (PDF) 2007
The Human Person in Theravada Buddhism and Islam: Implications for Governance in Southeast Asia (PDF) 2005
Duties of Children towards the Elderly: East Asian Perspectives on Intergenerational Solidarity (PDF) 2002
Globalization and Disparities in Southeast Asia (PDF) 2001