Series of East Asian Speech Myanmar's Failed Disciplined Democracy Topic：Myanmar's Failed Disciplined Democracy (in English) Time：2022/10/04(二)12:20-13:50 Place：Room 270812, North Wing, General Building of Colleges,, NCCU Host：Wang, Ray, Yun ( Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies) Speacker：Roger Lee Huang (Lecture, Department of Security Studies and Criminology, Macquarie University, Australia） Roger Lee Huang is lecturer in terrorism studies and political violence. He has broad research interests in the politics, international relations, and security of East and Southeast Asia. He has previously worked at Lingnan University (Hong Kong), the Democratic Progressive Party of Taiwan and Academia Sinica (Taiwan) and has interned with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Yangon, Myanmar. He is the author of The Paradox of Myanmar’s Regime Change (2020), Routledge About the Speech: The talk will discuss the 10 year 'failed experiment' of the transition from military regime to hybrid regime between 2011-2021 and offer some thoughts on the 2021 coup. Registration： https://bit.ly/3BMCOOR Organized by Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, College of International Affairs
Series of East Asian Workshop 2022 Challenges and Opportunities in the Era of Turmoil: Perspectives and Reflections 「動盪時代的挑戰與機遇：多元視角與反思」 Monday, October 3, 2022 14:30-16:30 Shou Shou Coffee惜惜咖啡 No. 19, Lane 112, Sec. 2, Xiuming Rd., Taipei (台北市秀明路二段112巷19號) Host: Center for China’s International Grand Strategy, College of International Affairs, NCCU Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, College of International Affairs, NCCU Institute of International Relations, NCCU Sponsor: Ministry of Education, R.O.C. (Taiwan) As great power competition and geopolitical conflicts continue, as well as the rise of non-traditional issues, the world is full of challenges and obstacles. In the era of turmoil and a high degree of uncertainty, it is difficult to view the world from a single perspective. The workshop invites scholars and experts from the United States, Mongolia, Vietnam, and Taiwan to provide diverse analytical perspectives and reflections on the current international issues regarding Sino-US competition, Chinese foreign policy, Taiwan geopolitics, Mongolia and Taiwan relations, and cyber security. Agenda Time Event 14:30~14:40 Registration 14:40-14:45 Opening Remarks 14:45~15:35 (Each discussant presents 10 minutes) Moderator: Chiung-Chiu Huang黃瓊萩 Professor, Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, NCCU Discussant: Ji-Jen (Joseph) Hwang黃基禎 Affiliate Faculty, George Mason University “A Theoretical Solution for Cyber Conflicts” Discussant: Enkhbold Ikhbayar恩和毅 Research Fellow, Institute of International Studies, Mongolian Academy of Science “Relations between Mongolia and Taiwan: Role and importance in the region” Discussant: Giap Thi Vinh甲氏咏 Research Fellow, Institute of Chinese Studies, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences “The US-China Strategic Competition Viewed from the Trade War” Discussant: Nguyen Cong Tung阮功松 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica “China's foreign policy toward Vietnam after the 20th CCP Congress: a Vietnamese perspective” Discussant: Guermantes Lailari吉耐獅 Taiwan Fellow, NCCU Lieutenant Colonel, USAF (ret) “Taiwan's Risk Considerations: A Preliminary Analysis” 15:35~15:45 Coffee Break 15:45-16:25 Discussion 16:25-16:30 Closing Remarks Register: https://forms.gle/RFwWRfmuWaYKkJKZ7 Contact：Joy Yun-Ju Huang (email@example.com) * Register until October 1, 2022 * Online workshop is not available * Covid-19 guidelines: All attendees are required to wear a mask for the duration of the workshop
Middle Power Diplomacy Knowledge Production in South Korea Speaker: Dr. Young Chul, CHO (Associate Professor, The school of International Studies, Jeonbuk National University) Discussant: Dr. Chiung-Chiu, HUANG (Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, National ChengChi University) Date&Time: April 29, 2021 / 12:20~14:00 Venue: Room270812, 8F, North Wing, General Building Sign up at https://moltke.nccu.edu.tw/Registration/registration.do?action=conferenceInfo&conferenceID=X18404
徵稿公告： 第二屆「理解中國銳實力與國際統戰」工作坊 Call for Paper：Workshop for Chinese United Front Work and Sharp Power 日期：2019年11月1日與19日 Date：November 1 and 19, 2019 地點：國立政治大學國際關係研究中心 Place： The Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan 摘要截止日期：2019年9月15日。文章需以英文撰寫，字數約在300－800字之間。 Deadline to submit abstracts: September 15. 2019. The English abstract should be between 300 and 800 words. Please include a brief c.v. and send them to Jasper Lio: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will announce the result before October 1st. 全文截止日期：2020年1月31日。英文字數約在7000－10000字間。 投稿地址：email@example.com Deadline to submit the full paper: January 31, 2020. The paper should be between 7000 and 10000 words (in English). Format of notes and references and the submission please see: https://www.worldscientific.com/page/is/submission-guidelines. Papers should be submitted to Issues & Studies at http://www.editorialmanager.com/wspc-is/default.aspx. Submission will be sent for peer review. Papers that pass initial review by the editors will receive a remuneration. Suggested or Proposed Topics: 1. Methods and methodology behind processing qualitative or quantitative data on China’s foreign influence operations; 2. The definitions, debates, and theoretical frameworks on united front work and sharp power; 3. Understanding bilateral relationships between China and ‘one-belt-one-road’ countries through the concepts of united front work or sharp power; 4. How China utilizes and expands its influence through sponsorship, investment, business mergers and acquisitions, tourism, cultural and academic exchanges and other civil activities; 5. The history, cases, development, or institutions of CCP’s ‘Grand Foreign Propaganda’ (da wai xuan); 6. Issues related to Overseas Chinese Offices, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs Offices, Hanban, Confucius Institutes and other offices dealing with overseas affairs; 7. Studies on CCP’s Central United Front Work Department, provincial and local united front work activities, and their social and overseas organs; 8. Studies on the nine UFW ‘targets’: Chinese democrats, religious and ethnic minorities, Hong Kong-Macao-Taiwan residents, bureaucrats, businessmen, intellectuals, Tibetans, Uyghurs, and the ‘New Social Stratum’; 9. History, policy, regulations, institutions of religious and ethnic relations; domestically, transnationally, or comparatively (broadly defined); 10. Studies on think tanks, social media, publications, or subjects related to agenda setting, public opinion management, or the ‘struggle for the power of discourse’ (huayu quan zheng duo).
CCU College of International Affairs Summer School: Credit-bearing courses Bilingual-teaching, International Faculty and Students in Small Class I. China’s Rise and International Security in the Asia-Pacific Region (2 credits) II. Nontraditional security and challenges in East Asia (2 credits) Time: AUGUST 5-30, 2019 AM9:00-12:00 (I) & PM2:00-5:00 (II) every Monday, Wednesday and Friday Venue: College of International Affairs, NCCU (Room 271112, 11F General Building, North Wing) Teachers: Professor CHANG, WEN-YANG from College of International Affairs, NCCU, Taiwan Professor HSIEH, CHIEN-WU from College of International Affairs, NCCU, Taiwan Professor from Hokkaido University, Japan (TBC) Professor from American University, USA (TBC) Language: English and Chinese Number of Students in Class 20 students (including 10 local students and 10 international students). With less than 10 applicants, the course will be canceled. Qualification: College students in the 3rd years or above and Postgraduates Tuition: Non-NCCU students: 9,000/per course NCCU Junior or above students: Free of charge NCCU Postgraduates: 13,240/per course (credits counted into 2019 Fall semester) *Summer School Scholarship for 5 Int’l students (non-NCCU students and without the nationality of Taiwan). Application: Submit application form, certificate of study status to firstname.lastname@example.org before July 5th for screening. Qualified applicants will receive a letter of acceptance via email and instruction to pay deposit NT2,000 for completing application. Contact: Ms. Wei from College of International Affairs at 02-2939-3091#51104