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Hsiao, Hsiu-An Anne
Associate Research Fellow
Division of American and European Studies
  • Ph.D., London School of Economics and Political Science , UK .
  • LL.M., University of Nottingham , UK.
  • B.A., National Taiwan University.
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Center of General Education, National Chengchi University
  • Research Fellow, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy
  • Associate Research Fellow, National Security Council, Taiwan
  • Specialist, Economic Division of the Taipei Representative Office in the UK
  • International Law;
  • Cross-Strait Relations;
  • Relationship between international law and politics
  • European External Relations
I. Journal Articles  
  1. * “Participation of ROC (Taiwan) in 2007”, Chinese (Taiwan) Review of International and Transnational Law, Vol. 4, No. l (2008), pp.253-266.
  2. * “The Status of “Neutrality” in the Changing International Order”, Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.47, No.1 (March 2008), pp.27-54 (TSSCI).
  3. * “Some Thoughts on Taiwan’s “UN Referendums” that Failed to Resent the Public Will”, Taiwan perspective E – paper, No.126 (15 May 2008),
  4. * “Non-Use of Force Principle under International Law, Cross-Strait Relations, EU External Relations.”, Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 46, No. 1, (January/March 2007), pp.147-166 (TSSCI).
  5. “WMD and Taiwan”, Pacific Forum CSIS Issues and Insights, No. 4 (January 6, 2006), pp.25-29.
  6. “Improving Fundamental Understandings in Cross-Strait Relations”, Pacific Forum CSIS Issues and Insights, No. 3 (January 6, 2006), pp.27-30
  7. “Is China’s Policy to Use Force against Taiwan a Violation of the Principle of Non-Use of Force under International Law?”, New England Law Review 32 (1998), pp.715-742
  II Books and Capters
  1. *“Nuclear Security and International Law,” in Cheng-Shen Yan ed., International Security in Transition. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, 2008, pp.275-303.
  2. On the Fringe of Statehood- Para-Statal Actors in International Law. Ph.D Thesis. UK: London School of Economics and Political Science, March 2003.
  3. *“Re-Considering the International Legal Status of Taiwan,” in Jao-Yuan Huang et. al. ed., ‘Special State-to-State’ and the Issues concerning the Statehood of Taiwan. Taipei: Sharing, 2000, pp.363-378.
  III Conference apers
  1. “The European Union, Kosovo Independence and the Cross-Strait Relations”, International Conference on EU-Asian Relations in the 21st Century, December 3-4, 2008, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  2. * “Participation of ROC (Taiwan) in 2007”, 1997 Annual Meeting of the Republic of China (Taiwan) Society of International Law and Seminar on “Transnational Legal Issues”, December 16, 2007.
  3. “The European Union and the Independence of Montenegro: Implications for Cross-Strait Relations”, The 24th Taiwan-European Conference, December 7-8, 2007, The Academy for Political Education, Tutzing, Münich, Germany.
  4. * “Foreign Policy of Switzerland”, Workshop on Foreign Policies of Small and Middle States- Lessons for Taiwan, December 1, 2007, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  5. * “Nuclear Security and International Law”, Conference on the International Security and Strategy in Transition, May 9, 2007, First Division of the Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.3
  6.  “Some Preliminary Reflection on EU’s Role in the Montenegrin Independence and Its Implications”, the 23rd Taiwan-European International Conference on “The Emerging Global Role and Tasks of the European Union”, December 19-20, 2006, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  7. * “The Concept of Neutrality in the New International Order”, The Theory and Practice of “Neutrality” in International Relations: Implications for Taiwan, April 29, 2006, National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  8. “Current Development of Taiwan’s Domestic Politics”, The 14th Taipei-Seoul Forum: “Regional Security and Development”, November, 2005, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. * “Principle of Non-use of Force and Cross-Strait Military Relations”, the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law Symposium on “Transnational Legal Issues”, December 19, 2004, Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law, Taipei, Taiwan.
  10. * “Reconsideration of the Status of Taiwan in International Law”, Conference on Taiwan’s Statehood, February 25, 2000, Taiwan Law Society, Taiwan.
  11. The Legal Position of Taiwan in the International Community Re-considered”, the 9th Annual Meeting of the North American Taiwan Studies Association, June, 1999, University of Wisconsin at Madison, WI.
  IV Research Grans and Projects