Wikistrat Expert Prof. Noel T. Tarrazona

Prof. Noel T. Tarrazona

International Journalist and Graduate School Lecturer

Professor Noel T. Tarrazona is a freelance international journalist covering major issues in Southeast Asia focusing on the Philippines. He has reported for Channel News Asia Television in Singapore, Link Asia TV in San Francisco, New Canadian Media in Ottawa, Asia Times Online in Hongkong, ASSIST News Service in California and Morning Star News. Professor Tarrazona is presently a graduate school lecturer teaching Master in Public Administration in two large universities in Southern Philippines.

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Biography

Professor Noel T. Tarrazona is a freelance international journalist covering major issues in Southeast Asia focusing on the Philippines. He has reported for Channel News Asia Television in Singapore, Link Asia TV in San Francisco, New Canadian Media in Ottawa, Asia Times Online in Hongkong, ASSIST News Service in California and Morning Star News. Professor Tarrazona has 10 years experience in international journalism.

Professor Tarrazona is presently a graduate school lecturer teaching Master in Public Administration in two large universities in Southern Philippines. He is the author of the article, “US, China military vie for military influence in the Philippines,” published in Asia Times and has been cited by scholars and journals of reputable institutions around the world.

Wikistrat Analytic Community
Professor Noel T. Tarrazona is a Senior Analyst in Wikistrat’s Analytic Community

Academic Qualifications:
D.P.A., Western Mindanao State University
M.P.A., Western Mindanao State University
B.S. in Mass Communication, Ateneo de Zamboanga University

Areas of Expertise:
South China Sea
U.S. military in Southeast Asia
ASEAN economic integration
Armed Conflict in Southern Philippines
Philippine Politics

Website:
https://www.facebook.com/trainingconsultants?ref=hl

LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/pub/noel-tarrazona/43/4a5/406

Contact:
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