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Department ofPolitical Science

Kenneth Faulve-Montojo

Kenneth Faulve-Montojo

Senior Lecturer

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Education: Ph.D. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1998; A.B. San Jose State University, 1983

Kenneth Faulve-Montojo primarily teaches political economy in comparative politics and international relations. His book, The Philippines and the International Monetary Fund Negotiations on Petroleum and Imports: Toward a Theory of Negotiations, was followed up with a research guide on the same topic, to be published in early 2020. His current research project focuses on the role of institutions in monetary politics in Southeast Asia. 

  • History of Political Philosophy
  • American Foreign Policy
  • Introduction to International Relations
  • War and Peace
  • International Organization
  • International Political Economy
  • East Asian Political Economy
  • Far East International R
In the News

February 13, 2023

Kenneth Faulve-Montojo was interviewed by ABC7 news regarding "Flying Objects  & Global Stability."

February 3, 2023

Kenneth Faulve-Montojo discusses why the Philippines is letting the U.S. expand Its military footprint in the country again  in Time.