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Second Division
Third Division
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Basic Data
NAME
Liu, Fu-kuo
TITLE
Chair & Research Fellow
DIVISION
Division of American and European Studies
E_mail
fkliu@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Department of Politics, University of Hull, United Kingdom
  • Diploma in International Studies, Department of Politics, University of Southamption, United Kingdom
  • MA, Graduate School of International Law and Diplomacy, National Chengchi University
  • BA, Department of Political Science, Chinese Culture University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Research Fellow, First Research Division, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei
  • Executive Director, CSCAP Taiwan (Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific)
  • Editor, Strategic Security Analyses (a Monthly in Chinese), Institute of International Relations-CSCAP Taiwan in cooperation with the National Defense University
  • Consultative Adviser, Mainland Affairs Council
  • Chairman, Research and Planning Board, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • Visiting Fellow, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, the Brookings Institution, Washington D.C.
  • Visiting Researcher/Professor, Asian Studies Program, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
  • Visiting Fellow, School of International Politics, Economic, and Business, Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo
  • Associate Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of International Politics, National Chung Hsing University, Taichung
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Graduate Institute of Political Science, Chinese Culture University
  • Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Chinese Culture University, Taipei.
  • Junior Executive, Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission, Executive Yuan, Republic of China
  • Research Assistant, Special Group for International Fishery Cooperation and Proceeding International Fishing Dispute, the Committee of International Fishery Cooperation, the Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Republic of China
RESEARCH FIELD
  • Regional security in the Asia Pacific
  • Cross-strait peace process
  • Taiwan security and foreign policy
  • Asian regionalism
  • US policy in Asia
  • Maritime security in the region
  • Asian integration and security mechanisms
  • CBMs across the strait and building peace mechanism
  • Non-traditional security in the Asia Pacific
PUBLICATIONS
I. Journal Articles  
  1. *“Implication of ‘Shangri-La Dialogue’ for Taiwan,” Strategic and Security Analyses, Vol.38 (June 2008), pp. 20-23.
  2. Beijing's Regional Strategy and China-ASEAN Economic Integration,” China Brief (Washington D.C.), Vol. 8, Issue 10, (May 13, 2008), pp.4. http://www.jamestown.org/china_brief/article.php?articleid=2374163
  3. “Pragmatism and New Opportunity: Elaboration of Taiwan Presidential Candidates’ Foreign Policy Proposals,” Taiwan Perspective e-Paper, (March 18 2008), pp.4 http://www.tp.org.tw/eletter/story.htm?id=20012535
  4. *“Implication of the U.S. Secretary of State Rice’s Visit to Northeast Asia,” Strategic and Security Analyses, Vol.35 (March 2008), pp.6-7.
  5. *“New Situation in the South China Sea and Reconstruction of Taiwan’s Strategy in this Area,” Strategic and Security Analyses, Vol.34 (February 2008), pp. 14-17.
  6. “Asian Regionalism, Strategic Evolution, and the US Policy in Asia: Some Prospects for the Cross-Strait Development,” Working Paper, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, the Brookings Institution, Washington D.C, 2007.
    http://www.brookings.edu/~/media/Files/rc/papers/2008/06_asian_
    regionalism_liu/06_asian_regionalism_liu.pdf
  7. *“Terrorism in Southeast Asia and Its Impact on Asia-Pacific Security, Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.45, No.6, (December 2006), pp.79-106.
  8. Does Taiwan still have another chance for the Go South Policy? – Review real implication of the Go South Policy and Its New Direction,” Asia-Pacific Forum, Vol.29, (September 2005), pp.204-214.
  9. “Uncertain Prospect of the Present Cross-Strait Relations: A Taiwanese Perspective”, International Journal of Korean Unification Studies, Vol. 13, No. 2, (February 2004), pp. 49-74.
  10. *“Regional Dialogue Mechanisms on the South China Sea Issues”, Asia-Pacific Forum, Vol.19, (March 2003), pp.39-44.
  11. * “Taiwan’s Accession to the WTO and New Developments across the Taiwan Strait,” International Affairs Quarterly, (Summer 2002), pp. 26-35.
  12. “Revisit the Concept of Comprehensive Security: Taiwan’s Security Policy,” Issues & Studies (In Japanese), Vol. 30, No. 4 (January 2001), pp. 62-92.
  13. *“National Security, Maritime Security and New Thinking on Taiwan's South China Sea Policy,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.39 No.4 (April 2000), pp.1-15.
  14. *“New Strategic Thoughts on Taiwan’s Accession to APEC,” Chinese Taipei APEC Study Center Bulletin, No. 3 (May 1999), pp.19-26.
  15. * “Comprehensive Security and National Security: Its Implementation in the Asia-Pacific,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 38, No. 2 (February 1999), pp. 21-37.
  16. * “The Concept of Comprehensive and Cooperative Security,” ROC-CSCAP Newsletter, No. 3 (January 1998), pp. 6-8.
  17. * “The Political and Economic Effects on the Establishment of European Single Currency,” Quarterly of Economic Situation and Analysis, Vol. 4, No. 1 (May 1998), pp. 1-19.
  18. * “The Necessity of Expanding the Concept of National Security in Taiwan,” National Policy Dynamic Analysis, No. 173 (16 September 1997), pp.2-4.
  19. “The Emergence of the Chinese Economic Area and the Implication for Regional Economic Integration”, Chinese Political Science Review, Vol. 26 (June 1996), pp. 45-86.
  20. “Asia-Pacific Economic Integration and External Constraints on the Formation of the Chinese Economic Area”, Open Public Administration Review, No. 5 (May 1996), pp. 351-399.
  21. “Book Review: Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States, 1945-1992: Uncertain Friendships, by Nancy Bernkopf Tucker (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1994),” Issues & Studies, Vol. 32, No. 3 (March 1996), pp.128-131.
  22. * “The Impact of European Monetary Integration on Britain,” Mei Ou Yueh Kan (America & Europe Monthly), Vol. 11, No. 1 (January 1996), pp. 86-103.
  23. “Book Review: Taiwan in the Asia-Pacific in the 1990s, ed., by Gary Klintworth, Canberra (Canberra: Allen and Unwin, 1994),” Contemporary Southeast Asia, Vol. 17, no. 2, (September 1995), pp. 231-235.
  24. * “Britain and European Community: The Conflict of National Interest and Regional Integration,” Ou Mei Yen Giu (EurAmerica), Vol. 25, No. 3 (September 1995), pp. 95-121. (TSSCI)
  II Books and Chapter
  1. *“Referendum in Taiwan and its Influence in the U.S.-Taiwan Relations,” in Cheng-Yi Lin, ed., Taiwan Relations Act Entering its 30th Anniversary. Taipei: the Prospect Foundation Press, 2009.
  2. *“A Study of the Terrorist Threat in India,” in Tuan-Yao Cheng, ed., India. Taipei: the Prospect Foundation Press, 2009.
  3. *Fu-Kuo Liu and Yiao-Chun Gian, eds., Asia Pacific Economic Integration and Cooperation across the Taiwan Strait. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University and China Institute of international Studies, 2008.
  4. *“Regionalism and the New Tendency of Economic Integration in the Asia-Pacific,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Yiao-Chun Gian, eds., Asia Pacific Economic Integration and Cooperation across the Taiwan Strait. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University and China Institute of international Studies, 2008.
  5. “Towards a Dynamic Economic Partnership: India-Taiwan Relations Update,” in K. Kesavapany, A. Mani, P. Ramasamy, ed., Rising India and Indian Communities in East Asia. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. 2008. pp. 651-666.
  6. *“The Cooperation of Security Strategy between U.S. and India ,” in Chen-Shen Yen, ed., International Security Strategies in Transition. Taipei : Institute of International Relations , National Chengchi University , 2008.
  7. * Terrorism in Southeast Asia and Asia Pacific Security. Taipei : the Prospect Foundation Press, 2007.
  8. * Michael H. H. Hsiao, and Fu-Kuo Liu, eds., Asia-Pacific Peace Watch. Taipei : Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, Academia Sinica, 2007.
  9. *“Terrorism and Security in South Asia ”, in Michael H. H. Hsiao, and Fu-Kuo Liu, eds., Asia-Pacific Peace Watch. Taipei : Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, Academia Sinica, 2007.
  10. *“ China ’s Expansion in the South Pacific and its Impact on Regional Cooperation,” in Wei Tsai ed., The Changing International Relations in East Asia. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, 2006, pp.129-144.
  11. “Taiwan’s Search for Sustained Regional Security,” Hiroshima: Hiroshima Peace Institute (monograph), 2005.
  12. *“Does Taiwan still have another chance for the Go South Policy? – Review real implication of the Go South Policy and Its New Direction,” in Chong-Yun Gao ed., The Go South Policy of the both sides of the Taiwan Strait and ASEAN, Taipei: Graduate Institute of Southeast Asia Studies, Tam Kang University, 2005.
  13. “New Drives for Regional Security Cooperation in Asia: Crises, Tensions, Challenges, and Strategic Shift,” in King-Yuh Chang ed., East Asian Security. Taipei: Foundation on International and Cross-Strait Studies, 2005, pp.67-81.
  14. Cheng-Yi Lin and Fu-Kuo Liu, “Taiwan and East Asian Security,” in N S Sisodia and G V C Naidu eds., Changing Security Dynamic in Eastern Asia: Focus on Japan. New Delhi: IDSA and Promilla & Co., 2005.
  15. * “Current Trends of Asian Security and Taiwan Security,” in The World New Order and Asia (Taiwan-Japan Forum 2003 - Conference Proceeding), Taipei: Chih-Liang Publisher, 2004, pp. 123-135
  16. Fu-Kuo Liu and Philippe Régnier, eds., Regionalism in East Asia: Paradigm Shifting? London: Routledge Curzon Publisher, 2003.
  17. “East Asian regionalism and the Evolution of a Fragmented Region: A Conceptual Approach towards the Political Sector of Security,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Philippe Régnier, eds., Regionalism in East Asia: Paradigm Shifting? London: Routledge Curzon, 2003, pp. 71-84.
  18. “Conclusion: The Renewal of Regionalism and an East Asian New Order,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Philippe Régnier, eds. Regionalism in East Asia: Paradigm Shifting? London: Routledge Curzon, 2003, pp. 220-230.
  19. “Conclusion: The Renewal of Regionalism and an East Asian New Order,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Philippe Régnier, eds. Regionalism in East Asia: Paradigm Shifting? London: Routledge Curzon, 2003, pp. 220-230.
  20. “East Asian regionalism: Theoretical Perspectives,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Philippe Régnier, eds., Regionalism in East Asia: Paradigm Shifting? London: Routledge Curzon, 2003, pp. 3-29.
  21. “A Critical Review of East and Northeast Asian Regionalism: the Impact of Financial Crisis and Beyond” in Christopher Dent, and David W. F. Huang, eds., Northeast Asian Regionalism: Learning from the European Experience, London: Routledge Curzon, 2002, pp. 16-33.
  22. * Fu-Kuo Liu and Kristy C. T. Hsu, eds., A Study of Taiwan’s Strategy to Asia Pacific Regional Cooperation. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University and Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, 2000.
  23. *“The Development of Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific and A Review on Taiwan’s Role in Regional Cooperation,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Kristy C. T. Hsu, eds., A Study of Taiwan’s Strategy to Asia Pacific Regional Cooperation. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University and Taiwan Institute of Economic Research, 2000, pp. 17-42.
  24. Fu-Kuo Liu and Lin Jun Wu, “The Antiquated Principle of Non-intervention on the Verge of Transformation: Taiwan’s Perspective,” in David Dickens and Guy Wilson-Roberts, eds., Non-intervention and State Sovereignty in the Asia-Pacific, Wellington: Center for Strategic Studies, 2000, pp. 61-69.
  25. * “The Prospect for British Accession to the European Monetary Union,” in D. C. Horng, ed., European Union: Economic and Trade policy. Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, 2000, pp.77-132.
  26. * “Britain and the Development of Asia-Europe Cooperation: A Study on Theory and Policy,” in Chien Hsu, ed., European Union. Chia-Yi, Taiwan: Graduate Institute of European Studies, Nanhua University, 1999, pp.39-62.
  27. * “Industrial Interest and European Integration,” in S. C. Shen, and D. C. Horng, eds., The European Union: Theory and Policy. Taipei: Academia Sinica, 1998, pp.123-154.
  28. “Industrial Development and the Impetus to Regional Economic Integration in Pacific Asia,” in Ian G. Cook, Marcus A. Doel, and Rex Li, eds., Fragmented Asia: Regional Integration and National Disintegration in Pacific Asia, Aldershot, England: Avebury, 1996, pp. 137-166.
  III Conference Papers
  1. “Regional Economic Integration through Market Strategies of Transnational Corporations: Allying with Taiwanese Industries for the Greater China Market,” Conference on East Asia-EU Business, April 1996, King's College, University of London.
  IV Research Grants an Projects
  1. “Recent Trends in the South China Sea and New Thoughts on Taiwan's Security”, granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2008.