Hansley A. Juliano graduated in 2013 with a Master of Arts in Political Science, major in Global Politics, from the Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. He currently serves as a lecturer in the Department of Political Science in the same university. His fields of interest include Southeast Asian politics,as well as political and economic development, with particular focus on land use conflicts, ethnic minority discrimination and state-social movement dynamics.

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