Curriculum Vitae

PERSONAL DETAILS
BIOGRAPHY

Guido Benny obtained Ph.D. in Strategic and Security Analysis from National University of Malaysia in 2013 and has been conducted a Postdoctoral Study at the Institute for Malaysia and International Studies (IKMAS) at the National University of Malaysia. Previously, he has been studying a Bachelor of Social and Political Sciences (1994-1998) and Master in Management Science at the University of Indonesia (2001-2003).

He is currently serving as the Programme Director for the Bachelor of Social Science with Honours programmes and Matapelajaran Pengajian Umum (MPU) as well as an Associate Professor at the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Taylor's University since March 2018. He previously served as a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, National University of Malaysia from 2014 – 2017. During his service at the National University of Malaysia, he was appointed as the coordinator for Master Program of Strategic and Security Analysis at the university (2016 – 2017), as well as the Research Group Leader for Regionalism and ASEAN Research Cluster (2016 – 2017), and as the managing editor of Jebat: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategy (2014 – 2017).

He has conducted studies on non-traditional security issues and regional integration initiative in East and Southeast Asia. He has written several scholarly publications in impact and referred journals, including 25 impact and refereed journal articles (2 in ISI, 12 Scopus, 14 peer-reviewed journals), 2 policy papers, 28 working papers or proceedings, and 7 books or chapters in books.


ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
(Role),(Level),(Duration)
  • Programme Director, Bachelor of Social Science, School of Liberal Arts & Sciences, 01/11/2018 to present
  • Coordinator for Master of Strategic and Security Analysis Program (2016-2017), School of History, Politics and Strategy, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (FSSK), National University of Malaysia, 01/09/2016 to 01/09/2017
  • Research Group Leader for Regionalism and ASEAN Research Cluster (2016-2017), History, Politics and Security Research Centre, National University of Malaysia (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia - UKM), 01/09/2016 to 01/09/2017
ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION
(Qualification),(Institution)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Strategy & Security Studies), UNIVERSITI KEBANGSAAN MALAYSIA, Malaysia
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
(Area)
  • International Relations (ASEAN)
TEACHING
(Course Title),(Level of Study),(Institution),(Month/Year)
  • Contemporary East Asian Studies, American Degree Transfer Program, Taylor's University (08/2019)
  • Introduction to International Relations, American Degree Transfer Program, Taylor's University (05/2019)
PUBLICATIONS
(Title of publication in APA style)
Article in Journals
2018
  • Benny, G., Daud, S. and Moorthy, R. (2018). Economic versus political liberalisation in ASEAN: Public opinion among university students in four member countries. International Journal of Asia Pacific Studies. 14 (1), 227–249 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Moorthy, R., Benny, G., Gill, S.S. (2018). Disaster Communication in Managing Vulnerabilities. Jurnal Komunikasi: Malaysian Journal of Communication. 34(2), 51-66. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
2017
  • Abdullah, K., Benny, G., Don, Y., Fauzee, M.S.O. & Damin, Z.A. (2017) Malaysian Youth’s Perspective towards ASEAN Community. Malaysian Journal of Youth Studies. 16: 1 - 18.
  • Polus, S.S., & Benny, G. 2017. International Organizations Against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria: An Neoliberal Institutionalist Analysis. The Social Sciences. 12: 441-451.
  • Suror Shaba Polus, Guido Benny. (2017) ISIS in Iraq: The Impact on National, Regional and Global Peace and Security. Saudi Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences. 2(1), 8-14.
2016
  • Benny , G. (2016). Attitude, Challenges and Aspiration for the Asean Community 2015 and Beyond: Comparative Public Opinion in Malaysia and Thailand. The Social Sciences, 11, 5488-5495. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Benny, G. (2016). Contestation of Regional and National Identities: Effect on Support for the ASEAN Community. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs 20(2), 49-85.
2015
  • Benny, G., Moorthy, R., Daud, S. & Othman, Z. (2015). Perceived elitist and State-Centric regional integration process: Impact on public opinions for the formation of ASEAN Community. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences. 6(2S1), 203-212. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Benny, G., Moorthy, R., Daud, S., & Othman, Z. (2015). Impact of Nationalist Sentiments and Commitment for Prioritising the ASEAN Economic Community: Empirical Analysis from Survey in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(1S1), 188-199. DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n1s1p188 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Moorthy, R., Sum, H. K., & Benny, G. (2015). Power asymmetry and nuclear option in india-pakistan security relations. Asian Journal of Scientific Research, 8(1), 80-94. DOI: 10.3923/ajsr.2015.80.94 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Benny, G. (2015). Is the ASEAN Economic Community Relevant To Gen Y Professionals? A Comparative Study on Attitudes and Participation of Young Professionals in Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam on ASEAN Economic Integration. Asian Journal for Public Opinion Research. 3(1), 40 - 62.
2014
  • Benny, G., Ramli, R., Tham, S.Y. (2014). Nationalist sentiment and Perceived Threats: Public opinion in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore and Implication to the Establishment of ASEAN Community. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs.18(1), 59 – 107. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Benny, G. (2014). Nasionalisme dan Komitmen terhadap Integrasi Serantau di Indonesia, Malaysia dan Singapura (Nationalism and Commitment to Economic Regional Integration in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore). JEBAT: Malaysian Journal of History, Politics and Strategy. 41(2), 23 - 49.
2013
  • Moorthy, R. & Benny, G. (2013) Does Public Opinion Count? Knowledge and Support for an Asean Community in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. 13(3), 399–423. (ISI-Indexed)
  • Sum, H. K., Moorthy, R., Benny, G. (2013). The Genesis of Kashmir Dispute. Asian Social Science. 9(11), 155-165. (SCOPUS-Indexed)
  • Abdullah, K. & Benny, G. (2013). Regional Public Opinion towards the Formation of Political Security Community in Southeast Asia. Asian Journal of Scientific Research. 6(4), 650-665 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
2012
  • Moorthy, R. & Benny, G. (2012). Is ‘Asean Community’ Achievable? A Public Perception Analysis in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore on the Perceived Obstacles for a Regional Community. Asian Survey. 52(6), 1043-1066. (ISI-Indexed)
  • Moorthy, R. & Benny, G. 2012. Attitude towards community building in association of Southeast Asian Nations: A public opinion survey. American Journal of Applied Sciences. 9(4), 557-562 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
2011
  • Benny, G. & Abdullah, K. 2011. Indonesian Perceptions and Attitudes toward the ASEAN Community. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 30(1)
2010
  • Benny, G., Abdullah, K. & Din, M.A.O. 2010. The Understanding of the Idealization and Conceptualization of ASEAN Community: Comparative Study between Malaysia and Indonesia. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs 14(2): 91 – 129 (SCOPUS-Indexed)
Article in Proceeding
2020
  • Azizi, A.B.Z. & Benny, G. (2020). Which One is a Better Great Power?: Perceived Image of United States & China among Public in Indonesia and Malaysia. Paper presented at The 4th Bogor International Conference for Social Science 2020 "Discovering the Social Empowerment Strategy as the Global Scientist Contribute to the World Security and Sustainability", Bogor, Indonesia.
  • Khasbullah, S.N.A, & Benny, G. (2020). Perceptions and Expectations of Indonesian and Malaysian Public for the Rivalry of U.S. and China in Southeast Asia Region. Paper presented at The 4th Bogor International Conference for Social Science 2020 "Discovering the Social Empowerment Strategy as the Global Scientist Contribute to the World Security and Sustainability", Bogor, Indonesia.
  • Lokman, F.R., & Benny, G. (2020). Perceptions and Expectations of Indonesian and Malaysian Public for the Rivalry of U.S. and China in Southeast Asia Region. Paper presented at The 4th Bogor International Conference for Social Science 2020 "Discovering the Social Empowerment Strategy as the Global Scientist Contribute to the World Security and Sustainability", Bogor, Indonesia.
Mass Media(Newspaper,Radio,TV,Popular Magazine)
2019
  • 印尼遷 都 東加里曼丹 (Indonesia moves its capital to East Kalimantan). Sinchew Daily Malaysia, 27 August 2019.
     
  • 贝尼:逾6成马印人看法负面“一带一路威胁 国家利益”Benny: More than 60% of Malaysian and Indonesian view negative "Belt and Road threat National interest " Sinchew Daily Malaysia, 6 September 2019.
Print Media
2019
  • Benny, G. (2019). “講師:發展有規劃佔優勢 帕郎卡拉雅或是新首都 (Lecturer: The Advantage of Developing Palangkaraya as the New Indonesian Capital)”. Sin Chew Daily, 16 April, 27.
  • Benny, G. (2019). "印尼大選關乎世俗地位命運: 學者憂激進勢力 (Indonesian election is related to the country’s secular status: Scholars worry about radicalism in Indonesia). Sin Chew Daily, 15 April, 24.
     
  • Benny, G. (2019). “不受鍾萬學事件影響:印尼華人積極參選” (Not affected by the Ahok incident: Indonesian Chinese actively participate in the election)” Sin Chew Daily, 17 April, 28.
     
  • Benny, G. (2019). "世俗VS 极端 终极对决: 佐科威 嚴 防 大熱倒灶” (Secular vs extreme ultimate matchup: Jokowi is very popular, but must be cautious). Sin Chew Daily, 16 April, 20.
     
RESEARCH PROJECT
(Project title),(Role),(Duration),(Level)
  • HOLLINGS' CENTER SMALL GRANT: MINDING THE PERCEPTIONS GAP IN US RELATIONS WITH MUSLIM SOUTHEAST ASIA, Project Leader, 2019 (International)
  • Developing an ASEAN Barometer for Effective Public Opinion Solicitation and Policy Formulation, Co-researcher, 2018 to 2020 (International)
PRESENTATION
(Title),(Event),(Date Presented),(Organiser),(Level)
PLEANARY/KEYNOTE SPEAKER
  • The Impact of the US Election on Southeast Asia, The 4th Bogor International Conference for Social Science 2020 "Discovering the Social Empowerment Strategy as the Global Scientist Contribute to the World Security and Sustainability", 02/12/2020 to 02/12/2020, Universitas Djuanda, Taylor's University, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, and RISTEK-BRIN (International)
AWARDS AND STEWARDSHIP
(Name of Award/Stewardship),(Award Category),(Awarding Institution),(Year Awarded),(Type of Award)
  • FSSK The Most Bright Star in Research 2016, Services, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), 2016 (Top Cited Researcher)
  • Anugerah Bitara Sarjana Harapan 2016, Services, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM), 2016 (Fellowship)
  • The EmeraldLiteratiNetwork Best Paper Award in International Political Economy, Conference, Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM), 2016 (Best Paper Award)
EXPERT LINKAGES
(Linkages Description),(Organisation),(Duration of Involvement),(Level)
  • U.S.-Southeast Asia Dialogue: Building Strategic Relationships, The Hollings Center for International Dialogue, 25/07/2018 to 29/07/2018 (International)