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1 COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 351 GRADUATE INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS AND STRATEGIC STUDIES Degrees Offered: M.A. or M.S.S, Ph.D. Chair: Wong, Ming-hsien ( 翁 明 賢 ) The Institute Founded in 1983, the Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies (GIIASS) focuses on research in international politics, international security, regional affairs, and strategy. At present, we offer both Ph.D. and master s programs to domestic and foreign students interested in international affairs or strategic studies. Faculty Professors Wong, Ming-hsien ( 翁 明 賢 );Lin, Chung-pin ( 林 中 斌 ); Wang, Kao-cheng ( 王 高 成 ) Associate Professors Shih, Cheng-chuan ( 施 正 權 ) Assistant Professors Huang, Alexander Chieh-cheng ( 黃 介 正 ); Li, Da-jung ( 李 大 中 );York W. Chen ( 陳 文 政 ) Professor Emeritus Wei, Wou ( 魏 萼 ) Degree Requirements The Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies offers three programs at the graduate level, namely the Master s Program, Executive Master s Program and Ph.D. Program. 1. Requirements for a Master's degree of Arts: Completion of 36 credits of courses, including 8 credits of required courses and 26 credits of elective courses. Students are also required to submit a written master's thesis completed under the supervision of a faculty member and pass an oral examination. 2. Requirements for an Executive Master s degree of Arts: Completion of 33 credits of courses, including 9 credits of required courses and 24 credits of elective courses. Students are also required to submit a written master s thesis completed under the supervision of a faculty member and pass an oral examination. 3. Requirements for a degree in Ph.D. in Political Science: Completion of 32 credits of courses, including 9 credits of required courses and 23 credits of elective courses. Students have to pass a qualifying examination and publish at least one research paper in any journal listed in TSSCI or SSCI. Students are also required to submit a written doctoral dissertation completed under the supervision of a faculty member and pass an oral examination. Course Descriptions Doctor T0067 Social Science Research Methods (0/3): In this course, students are introduced to the basic concepts and techniques that are used in social science research. The course is divided into three sections, which cover social scientific inquiry and research design, quantitative data gathering and analysis, and qualitative data gathering and analysis, respectively. As a result of taking the course, students should be able to: ( a ) demonstrate their understanding of the basic principles and procedures of research methodology; and (b) critically evaluate both quantitative and qualitative

2 352 COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES research studies. I0005 Colloquium on diplomatic strategy and Hermeneutics (3/0): The purpose of this subject is to introduce the critical theory of Jurgen Habermas and Hermeneutics of Withelm Dilthey, to help students gain an overview of the main schools of contemporary European philosophy. This course also trains students ability in dialectical analysis and the attitude of pursuing truth. T0316 Non-Traditional Security Studies (0/3): The main objective of this course is to explore the impacts and significance of the changing security environment, focusing on non-traditional security issues such as terrorism, natural disasters and all other emergencies resulting from climate change. T0256 The Foreign Policy Of China (0/2): This course involves an analysis of Beijing s foreign relations, with a focus on the current US-Taiwan-China triangle. Skills of research, writing, and presentation are stressed. T2003 Asia-Pacific Security Strategy (0/3): This course aims to analyze the strategic situation in the Asia Pacific region. It will explore the general strategic situation, major countries regional security strategies, including the United States, China, Japan, Taiwan, North and South Korea, and ASEAN, as well as their strategic interaction. T1136 History Of Western Strategic Thoughts (0/3): This course aims to introduce western strategic thought and theory from the ancient Greek era to the modern era. It involves two study approaches, included: 1. vertical historical development: helping students understand the essence of Western strategic thought and theory; 2. the horizontal study of selected strategic writings, to inspire current strategic theory, and ultimately, cultivate students ability to think strategically and analyze strategies. T0119 S.T. of International Politics (2/0): This course covers a number of important issues in contemporary international relations. Both theoretical and practical aspects will be addressed during discussions of the issues, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. A particular emphasis is placed on the development of Sino-U.S.-Taiwan relations and its influence on the interests of Taiwan. Lectures will be given in English and reading materials will be assigned. Students are required to write papers and present them during the seminars. T0134 The Theory of International Relations (3/0): This course introduces the theories and structures of international politics and explores important subjects of international relations. Both major theories and important international cases will be discussed. T0578 The Basic Research of Strategy (2/0): This course not only asks students to understand the strategic research development and related implications by focusing on major strategic concepts and topics, but also explores the strategic research approaches and methodology, according to the change of strategic environment and tendency, integrating the disciplines, to be the foundation of future strategic studies. T0817 Professional English and Writing for International Affairs (3/0): We will be reading newspapers and journal articles of international affairs and relations to learn the specific vocabulary, grammar, and above all, rhetoric used. We will analyze texts to raise students awareness of specific structures in formal and academic writing, so that students can understand how ideas are organized and proposed in a coherent text. The course is organized according to the themes: 1. US and global economic crises, 2. EU and cultural integration, 3. climate change, 4. Cross-Strait relations. These are, of course, subject to change should other suggestions arise. T0911 International Economic Strategies International Economic Strategies-Research Approaches and Me (2/0): This course focuses on research design strategies in the study of major concepts, constructs and theoretical perspectives of international economic strategies. It also involves a close examination of its connection with relevant disciplines, including international relations, international economics, and management.

3 COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 353 T0934 Contemporary War Theories and Military Conflict War (3/0): This course provides key concepts and the major research agenda in the fields of international relations and strategic studies. In order to provide students with a solid foundation for further research in these two fields, this course offers a comprehensive introduction to various aspects of war, such as its conceptualization, causes, execution, restraints, consequences, while also providing supplementary cases studies of several contemporary military conflicts. T0955 Security Studies (3/0): This course involves a comprehensive analysis of globalization that covers political, economic, military, social and cultural aspects to understand all traditional and nontraditional threats to humans. It will then cover the theme of security: national security, regional security, and human security. Students will learn how global security is maintained in the context of globalization. Therefore, the course will analyze association theories of globalization, the research approach and research methods. Finally, it will incorporate case studies to provide students with opportunities to apply the taught theories. T0957 International Law & International Politics (2/0): This course is designed to introduce basic concepts of international law and international politics, especially in the following issues: state recognition, settlement of the international dispute, international crime with the exercise of national jurisdiction, and international organizations, such as the UN and EU. The main purposes of this course include: establishing an effective analysis model for international affairs, helping students improve their skills in writing academic reports, and cultivate students capabilities in the civil service entrance examination. T1102 History of Chinese Strategic Thoughts (3/0): The main purpose of this course is to study the core concepts and theories of Chinese strategic thought. It shall offer optimal solutions to current strategic issues and inspiration to current strategic thoughts through the process of creative transformation of classical Chinese strategic thoughts. T1500 An Introduction to Political-Military War Games (2/0): Contemporary wargaming, developed by Prussian Army in the mid-19 th century, has in fact similar to ancient Chinese military thought more than 2000 years ago. It served not only as useful tools in military planning, policy deliberation as well as understanding of power games in international affairs. The course is design to lead students into the world of wargaming, including methodology, scenario planning, and gaming practice. T1571 Research Method for Social Science (0/3): The goal of the course is to provide an understanding of major research approaches and methods of social sciences. Students will be required to complete a research project. T0312 Intensive Seminar on the Political Economics (2/0): This course highlights the analytical approaches of economic integration to fulfill the purpose of better understanding of international economic relationships. Heuristically, the lectures will be divided into the global sphere and the regional level, both of which cover markes and institutions respectively. Special topics such as the exchange rate system, the principles of WTO, the proliferation of FTA in East Asia, protectionism, trade and peace will also be discussed. T1633 National Power and Strategic Action (2/0): The ultimate purpose of strategy is action. Strategic action comprises three elements: power, purpose, and environment. Two focuses of this course are as follows: 1.exploring the core concept and theoretical framework of national power and strategic action; 2. shaping the national and effective strategic action through the assessment of power, purpose, and environment. T2379 National Security Policy Planning (3/0): The main theme of this course is to explore how the ROC government's top-level decision makers of the national security apparatus observe the dynamic situations of national security environment, analyze the factors which affect the core interests of the nation, and design the strategies to tackle the challenges, both domestic and international. Also, the key objective of the course is to train the graduate students to be able to think, analyze, and conduct research on issues with regard to the national security policy in a strategic way.

4 354 COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES T0315 Seminar for Management in Defense Affairs (SMDA) (3/0): This course introduces cross-discipline approaches and special topic research so as to help students better understanding the classification and characteristics of the defense management, which is affected by national security. This course will facilitate studying through a KM platform which will provide knowledge management and community-learning for satisfactory learning of defense management knowledge and practice. T0134 The Theory of International Relations (3/0): This course introduces the theories and structures of international politics and explores important subjects of international relations. Both major theories and important international cases will be discussed. T0310 A Disquisition on Strategic Theory (3/0): This is an advanced course of Chinese and Western strategic theory and practice. The classical strategic theory will be the key research of Chinese strategic theory. Western strategic theories comprise those from the classical to the current, which will be explained through topic research. T0411 Selected Topics on Defense Transformation (3/0): The course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of the essence and application of revolutions in military affairs (RMA), and an overview of defense transformation in the United States since the early 1990s. It also explores advancement in critical high technology, especially military technology, which has brought about dramatic changes to the operational concept and the conduct of warfare, and new methods of military organization. T0418 Seminar on Globalization (0/3): This seminar will provide a critical learning environment for graduate students to both deepen their interdisciplinary knowledge of globalization and think seriously about the ways in which intellectuals engage the Global South through development discourse. Also, students will augment their knowledge of the political, economic, social and cultural issues that faced ex-colonies after independence. Furthermore, students will enhance their capacities for critical thinking and develop sophisticated interpretations of development theories, perspectives, issues and policies. T0424 Communication Theory and Diplomacy Strategy (3/0): The purpose of this subject is to construct the thinking and application of Diplomatic Strategy by the linkage of criticism method of Habermas and Communication theory of international relations. Facing global society, finding multilevel and new approaches to understanding interaction of the world by reviewing the development of history and traditional theory might be helpful for our Strategic Studies. In the text, we also discuss the possibilities and their (self) criticism for construct Strategic Theory. It would be knowledge and thought enriching. T1915 Seminar on National Security Studies (3/0): This seminar emphasizes concept of security and national security. After obtaining a basic understanding of the two concepts, we go back to discuss each major state s security controls and its security policy. Finally, Taiwan s national security policy and its concrete actions will be examined. T0256 The Foreign Policy of China (0/2): This course provides an analysis of Beijing s foreign relations with a focus on the current US-Taiwan-China triangle. Skills of research, writing, and presentation are stressed. T0512 International Negotiation and Mediation (0/2): The goal of the course is to provide an understanding of the roles of international negotiation and mediation in conflict resolution. The content of the course is divided into two parts: negotiation and mediation. The former covers the basics of international negotiation with emphasis on theoretical knowledge, such as the impact of power, the role of culture, and the nature of multilateral negotiation. The latter surveys major issues of international mediation with case studies, including the Oslo Accord, the Iran hostage crisis, and third-party intervention in Cambodia, East Timor, and Namibia. T0580 History of War and Strategic Studies (0/2): History of War and Strategic Studies aims at introducing knowledge related to both war history and strategic studies. It will also explore values and functions of war history, strategic studies and interrelationship between the two critical fields

5 COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES 355 respectively. Dealing with theories and practices, this course will broaden views of its learners. From profound seminar discussions, students of this course will also find its usefulness both in academic studies and the practical world as well. T0763 Comparative Defense Policies (0/2): This course examines defense policies of major countries from a comparative perspective in order to understand why defense systems and strategies differ among states and how these differences affect their defense policies and military strategies. The course is structurally divided into two parts. The first half aims to discuss defense policies of major military powers of the world, including the US, Russia/USSR, European Union, PR China, Japan and Australia. The second half is issue-oriented, focusing on topics such as nuclear weapons policy, force structure, naval policy, personnel policy and defense industries. T0963 Seminar on National Security Strategy (3/0): This course mainly focuses on national security strategy, policy making, and analysis work. First, we discuss the context of security and national security. Second, we study the security issues of the world and regional countries through analyzing related national security theories. Then we discuss the transformation of security issues within globalization. Last, we conclude by analyzing and comparing China and Taiwan s national security issues and the design of security strategy. T0964 Seminar on the UN and International Security (3/0): The course explores international organizations in history, theory and practice, and in particular the United Nations (UN). We will discuss significant issues such as the failed experiment of the League of Nations, the UN system of collective security, the principles and structure of the UN, UN activities in the area of peaceful settlement of disputes, UN roles in disarmaments and arms control, and the assessment of UN peace operations. T1136 History of Western Strategic Thoughts (0/3): This course aims to introduce western strategic thought and theory from the ancient Greek era to modern era. Two study approaches are as follows: 1. the vertical historical development: students will realize the developed logic and essence of the western strategic thought and theory; 2. the horizontal study of selected strategic writings to inspire current strategic theory: cultivating students capability in strategic thinking and strategic analysis is the ultimate purpose. T1201 U. S. Strategy for the Asia-Pacific Region (0/2): This course plans to introduce the U.S.- Asia Pacific regional security strategy in the Post Cold War era. By analysing theoretical and analytical frameworks, students will be required to examine the process, contents, and consequence of the U.S.- Asia Pacific regional strategy. Two vital bilateral relations, the U.S.-Japan and U.S.-China relations, as well as their implications concerning Taiwan s security, will be highlighted. T1547 The Comparative East-West Economic Strategic Studies (0/3): This course examines the economic history of the East and West, especially referring to the Confucian Culture Economic area of the Far East countries after WWII and comparing it with the economically advanced countries of the West. T2003 Asia-Pacific Security Strategy (0/3): The course aims to analyze the strategic situation in Asia Pacific region. It will explore the general strategic situation in the region, the major countries regional security strategy, including the United States, China, Japan, Taiwan, North and South Koreas, and ASEAN, and their strategic interactions. T0776 Seminar on Strategic Theory (0/3): The purposes of this course are to cultivate the students strategic concepts and shape their capability of strategic thinking and strategic analysis through specific research on Chinese classical strategic theories and western classical, modern and contemporary strategic theories. Furthermore, the students will be able to make a better combination between strategic essence and their own professionalism. Thus, they will have the unique capability of strategic analysis and strategic judgement. T2522 Revolution in Military Affairs in the PRC (0/3): As an emerging great power in the Asia- Pacific region, the People s Republic of China (PRC) is striving for a strong military stance that is

6 356 COLLEGE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES parallel to its growing influence in international affairs. The course is design to provide students an overview of defense modernization in the PRC and contemporary development of the People s Liberation Army (PLA) with a specific focus on Chinese understandings, interpretations, and propositions regarding the revolution in military affairs (RMA). T0576 The Security Situation in the Taiwan Strait (0/3): The goal of the course is to provide students with an understanding of the subject of security and peace in the Taiwan Strait. The contents of the course include the theoretical concept of security, U.S.-East Asia security strategy, US-China- Taiwan trilateral relationship, U.S.-Japan Alliance, military modernization of China, the role of the US in the Taiwan Strait crises, and U.S.-Taiwan Security ties. T2068 Asia-Pacific Politics and National Security (0/3): This course aims to analyze the political situation in Asia Pacific region. It will explore the general strategic situation in the region, the major countries regional security strategy, including the United States, China, Japan, Taiwan, North and South Koreas, and ASEAN, and their strategic interactions. T0312 Intensive Seminar on the Political Economics (0/3): The purposes of this course are to introduce and investigate: (1) the relationship between economic and political structures and processes in the international system and (2) some of the institutions involved in it. We will examine major theoretical understandings of the international political economy as well as specific issues in the field. T0444 Issues on Chinese Military (0/3): This course aims at analyzing some issues related to Chinese military development from multi- and theoretical perspectives, including civil-military, military and society, defense and economics, military innovation, interpretation on Chinese way of war, nuclear weapon doctrines, and decision making. T0573 Study on Military Innovation (0/3): This course employs an inter-disciplinary (political science, history, and management) approach to introduce and criticize existing research approaches and theories on military innovations. Several in-depth case studies in three major fields of military innovation such as doctrine, technology, and organization will also be conducted.

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