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Basic Data
NAME
Wu, Jau-shieh Joseph
TITLE
Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of China Politics
E_mail
jaushiehwu@gmail.comdswu@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Political Science, Ohio State University
  • MA, Political Science, University of Missouri-St. Louis
  • BA, National Chengchi University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office in the U.S., R.O.C.
  • Minister, Mainland Affairs Council, the Executive Yuan
  • Deputy Secretary-General, Office of the President, R.O.C.
  • Associate Research Fellow/Research Fellow, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Chair of the Division of American and European Studies/Deputy Director, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Adjunct Associate Professor/Adjunct Professor, Department of Political Science, National Chegchi University
  • Adjunct Associate Research Fellow/Adjunct Research Fellow, Election Study Center, National Chengchi University
RESEARCH FIELD
  • Political Development in Taiwan
  • Cross-Strait Relations
  • International Relations
  • Middle East Politics
PUBLICATIONS
 
I. Journal Artiles  
  1. “Arms Sale and the Future U.S.-Taiwan Relations,” China Brief, Vol. VIII, issue 22 (November 24, 2008), pp. 5-8.
  2. Taiwan: seeking a meaningful dialogue,” New Zealand International Review, Vol. 29, No.5 (September/October 2004), pp. 9-13
  3. “Clear and Present Danger: Chinese military buildup threatens Taiwanese security,” Harvard Asia Pacific Review Vol.3, no.1 (Summer 2003) , pp.18-21
  4. “Political Earthquake and Aftershocks: the DPP after the 2000 presidential election,” Journal of Contemporary China, No.11 (33) (2002) , pp.625-43
  5. “After the Watershed, the Uncertainties: Assessing the Results of Taiwan’s Presidential Election,” China Perspectives (Hong Kong), No.29, (May-June 2000).
  6. “1998 Taiwan Elections: Analyzing the Election Results and the Development of Party Politics,” Issues & Studies (Japanese), Vol.28, No.4 (January 1999). pp.51-71
  7. *“Retrospect and Prospect of Taiwan's Democratization,” Social Science Quarterly, National Sun Yat-Sen University, Vol.1, no.3 (1998) pp.55-71.
  8. *“Domestic & Foreign Politics is the Extension of National Security: An overview of Israeli Politics,” Wenti yu yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.37, no.3 (March 1998) pp.55-71. (TSSCI)
  9. “Institutional Aspect of Democratic Consolidation: A Taiwan Experience,” Issues & Studies, Vol.34, No.1 (January 1998) pp.100-128. (SSCI)
  10. *“Coalition Politics: A New Phenomenon in Taiwan,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.32, no. 6 (June 1996), pp.55-74. (TSSCI)
  11. *“De-escalation And Conflict Resolution: Arab-Israeli Peace Talks in the 1990s,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 35, no. 7 (July 1996), pp.27-37. (TSSCI)
  12. *“Theory and the Analytical Model of Conflict Resolution,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Issues & Studies, in Chinese), Vol.34. No. 10 (October 1995), pp.63-75. (TSSCI)
  13. *“The 1994 Election in Taiwan: Continuity, Change and the Prospect of Democracy,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Issues & Studies, in Chinese), Vol.31, no.3 (March 1995), pp.92-111. (TSSCI)
  14. “From Consensus to Shifting Coalition: Tri-Partite Politics in the Taipei City Council,” American Political Science Association, Conference Group on Taiwan Studies, Working Papers in Taiwan Studies, No. 8 (1995).
  15. *“The 1994 Civil War in Yemen,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.33, no.7 (July 1994), pp.28-35. (TSSCI)
  16. *“Impact of Intifada on the Mideast Peace Process,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.33, no. 4(April 1994), pp.75-84. (TSSCI)
  17. *“The 1993 Israeli-Palestinian Interim Self-Government Agreement,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.32, No.11 (November 1993), pp.1-8. (TSSCI)
  18. *“Social Status of Women in the Arab World,” East Asia Quarterly, Vol.25, No. 1(July 1993), pp.67-79.
  19. *“Prospects of Lebanese Politics,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.32, No. 2(February 1993), pp.34-45. (TSSCI)
  20. “The Elite and Taiwan's Democratization,” East Asia Quarterly, Vol.24, No.1 (July 1992), pp.32-50.
  21. “Lessons Learned from the Gulf War: Taipei's Perspective,” Issues & Studies, Vol.28, No. 4 (April 1992), pp.83-108. (SSCI)
  22. *“The Middle East Peace Talks and Problems in Arab-Israeli Conflict,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.31, No.2 (March 1992), pp.50-59. (TSSCI)
  23. “The Emerging Political Party System in the Republic of China,” Issues & Studies, Vol.27, No.11 (November 1991), pp.126-142. (SSCI)
  24. *“The Middle East after the Persian Gulf War,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.30, No.4 (1991), pp.13-24. (TSSCI)
  25. *“The Unification of North and South Yemen,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.30, No.2 (1991), pp.66-73. (TSSCI)
  26. *“Security Arrangement after the Persian Gulf War,” American Monthly, Vol.6, No. 61(May 1991), pp.18-26. (TSSCI)
  27. *“The Policy Dilemma of the U.S. in the Persian Gulf Crisis,” American Monthly, Vol.5, No.55 (July 1990), pp.72-79. (TSSCI)
  28. *“The US Policy toward Palestine,” American Monthly, Vol.4, No.46 (October 1990), pp.50-56. (TSSCI)
  II Books and Chapters
  1. China Rising: Implications of Economic and Military Growth of the PRC. ed. Taipei: IIR, NCCU, 2001
  2. *War and Peace in the Middle East: Destination and Conflict Resolution. Taipei: Zhi-I, 1997
  3. Taiwan's Democratization: Forces behind the New Momentum. Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1995
  4. Divided Nations: The Experience of Germany, Korea, and China. ed. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 1995
  5. “The Politics of Constitutional Reform in the Republic of China: Problems, Process, and Prospects,” in Bih-jaw Lin ed. Contemporary China and the Changing; International Community. Taipei: IIR, NCCU, 1993, pp.35-53.
  6. “Analysis of Individual Level Transformation in Taiwan: A Note on Development Theory and the Implications for Third World Communism,” in Bih-jaw Lin ed., The Decline of Communism: Causes, Process, and Prospects. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 1991, pp.197-215.
  III Conference Papers
  IV Research Grants and Prjects
  1. “Lessons Learned from the Gulf War: Taipei's Perspective,” granted from the Center for National Security Studies, April 1992.
  2. *“Voting Behavior and Democratic Transition Factors of Electoral Competition in Taiwan,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1994.