Director
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Second Division
Third Division
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Basic Data
NAME
Yuan, I
TITLE
Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of China Politics
E_mail
yyuan@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Ph.D., Political Science, University of Wisconsin-Madison, U.S.A.
  • M.A., Political Science, University of Kansas, U.S.A.
  • B.A., Department of History, Tamkang University, R.O.C.
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Adjunct Professor, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University
  • Adjunct Professor, International Master’s Program in China Studies, College of Social Science, National Chengchi University
  • Editorial Board, Political Science Review, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University
  • Chair, Division of China Politics, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Member of Committee for Academic Research and Cooperation, National Chengchi University
  • Editorial Board, Provincial China, UNSW-UTS, Australia
  • Editorial Board, Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Editorial Board, Issues & Studies, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Visiting Research Fellow, The Brookings Institution, USA
  • Visiting Scholar, Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA
  • Coordinator, Conference Group on Taiwan Studies, American Political Science Association
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Chung Yung Christian University
  • Chief, Cooperation and Exchange Section, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
RESEARCH FIELD
  • PRC Studies
  • International Relations Studies
  • Comparative Politics
  • American Politics
  • Political Psychology
PUBLICATIONS
 
I. Journa Articles  
  1. *“A New Consensus on the Journal Citation Report for the Political Social,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 46, No. 3, (July 2007), pp. 173-204. (TSSCI)
  2. *“The NPT Revisited: An Analysis of Power and Identity Politics,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 44, No. 4 (July 2005), pp. 101-150. (TSSCI)
  3. *“China and International Missile Regime,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 43, No. 3(May 2004), pp. 97-133. (TSSCI)
  4. *“On the Hague Code of Conduct against the Proliferation of Missiles,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 42, No. 3(May 2003), pp. 1-26. (TSSCI)
  5. *“A Critical Review of Alex Wendt's Analysis of Identity and Interest: An Illustration of the International Nonproliferation Regimes,” Americas and Europe Quarterly, Vol. 15, No. 2(April 2001), pp. 265-292. (TSSCI)
  6. *“The 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis: A Beijing Perspective,” Issues & Studies (In Japanese), Vol. 28, No. 1 (October 1998), pp. 60-84.
  7. “U.S-China Nonproliferation Cooperation: Debacle or Success? A Constructivist/Neorealist Debate,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 34, No. 6 (June 1998), pp. 29-55. (SSCI)
  8. “Reinventing Mao's Peasant Revolution Theory: Agrarian Structure & Peasant Power in Pre-1949 South China,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 33, No. 7(July 1997), pp. 1-39. (SSCI)
  9. “Cooperation & Conflict: The Offense-Defense Balance in Cross-Strait Relations,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 33, No. 2(February 1997), pp. 1-20. (SSCI)
  10. *“Multilateral and Cooperation under the Security Dilemma: International Relations Theories and U.S.-PRC Relations,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol. 35, No. 6(June 1996), pp. 1-18. (TSSCI)
  11. “Center and Periphery: Cultural Identity and Localism of the Southern Chinese       Peasantry,” Issues & Studies, Vol. 32, No. 6 (June 1996), pp. 1-36.(SSCI)
  12. “State Dominance and Peasant Resistance in Post-1949 South China,” Issues & Studies, Vol.31, No.9 (September 1995), pp. 55-89. (SSCI)
  13. *“Political Dynamics of the Transition from Authoritarian Rule in China,”       Mainland China Studies, Vol. 38, No. 6 (February 1995), pp.5-17. (TSSCI)
  14. “Cooperation under Anarchy? Paradoxes of the Intra-Chinese Rapprochement,”      Issues & Studies, Vol. 31, No. 2(February 1995), pp. 54-66.(SSCI)*“Local Ideology, Regional Identity and Communal Mobilization of the Southern Chinese Peasantry,” Mainland China Studies, Vol. 37, No. 8(August 1994), pp. 5-20.(TSSCI)
  15. *“The Politics of Identity of China in Transition,” Mainland China Studies, Vol. 37, No. 6 (June 1994), pp. 5-18.(TSSCI)
  16. *“Edward Friedman: Portrait of A China Hand,” Meiguo Yuekan (America Monthly), Vol. 9, No. 3(March 1994), pp. 122-132.
  II Books and Chaptes
  1. *Cross-Strait at the Turning Point: Institution, Identity and Democracy. ed. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2008.
  2. *Is There a Greater China Identity? Security and Economic Dilemma. ed. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2007.
  3. *Rethinking New International Order in East Asia: U.S., China and Taiwan. ed. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2005.
  4. * Yuan I, Chen-Shen Yen, Hwei-Luan Poong, eds., The Rise of China Revisited: Perception and Reality. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2004.
  5. *On China’s Compliance with International Missile Norms: A Social Constructivist Perspective. Taipei: Wu Nan Publishers, 2004.
  6. *“Interests, Power and Knowledge: Paradox of the US-China Military to Military Relations,” in Joanne Chang ed., The US-China Relations at the New Millenium (1998-2000). Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2002, pp. 151-189.
  7. “Security Mutualism: Investing Stakes in a Prosperous and Stable Northeast Asia,” Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies Working Paper Series, Vol.2, No.1. Washington, D.C.: the Brookings Institution, 2000.
  8. “Confidence-Building Across the Taiwan Strait: Taiwan Strait as a Peace Zone Proposal,” Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies Working Paper Series, Vol. 2, No.2. Washington, D.C.: the Brookings Institution, 2000.
  9. 1.         *“Security Regime Formation & the U.S.-China Relations: An Epistemic    Community Analysis,” in Yu-Shan Wu et. al., Contending Approaches to Cross-Strait Relations. Taipei: Wu Nan Publishers, 1999, Chapter 10, pp. 389- 432.

  10. “Center & Periphery: Cultural Identity & Localism of the Southern Chinese       Peasantry,” in Yu-Ming Shaw ed., Tendencies of Regionalism in Contemporary China. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 1997, pp.20-54.
  11. “Cooperation under Anarchy? Paradoxes of the Intra-Chinese Rapprochement,” in Bih-Jaw Lin ed., The Asia-Pacific & Europe in the Post-Cold War Era. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 1997, pp. 79-89.
  III Conference Paper
  1. *“Constructivism and the Cross-Strait Relations,” Conference on the Contending Approaches to the Cross-Strait Relations Revisited, September 4, 2009, National Taiwan University, Taipei
  2. *“17th CCP’s Congress and the Cross-Strait Relations,” 17th CCP’s Congress, October 2007, Institute of International Relations, Taipei.
  3. *“Study of the Classification of International Journals in Political Science: Sub-discipline’s Perspective – Comparative Politics and International Relationship,” the Annual Meeting of Chinese Political Science Association, September 2007, Taiwan.
  4. *“Arms Control across the Taiwan Strait,” Conference on the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election, November 3, 2004, Institute of International Relations, Taipei.
  5. *“The Political Science Evaluation of Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait: An Illustration of China’s Compliance with the International Missile Norms,” Conference on the International Politics across the Taiwan Strait, October 2004, National Taiwan university, Taipei
  6. “The U.S. Roles in Taiwan’s Spent Fuel Dilemma,” the 31st Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 2-4, 2002, IIR, NCCU, Taipei.
  7. “The Resolution for the Cross-Strait Conflict," the Conference on China and East Asia: A Critical Assessment at the Dawn of a New Millennium,” August 3-4, 2001, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
  8. *“Alteration and Continuation in the U.S. Cross-Straits Tactics,” Cross-Straits Roundtable, June 2001, National Policy Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan.
  9. “The Future We Expect and How to Manage the Cross-Strait Relations,” Conference on the USA, Taiwan and the PRC: Security and Strategy after the Elections of 2000, January 11-12, 2001, Hudson Institute, Indianapolis, IN.
  10. *“Interests, Power and Knowledge: Paradoxes of the US-China Military to Military Relations,” Conference on the US-China Relations, the Academia Sinica, December 8, 2000, Nankang, Taipei.
  11. “Cooperation under Anarchy: Taiwan Strait as a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone,” the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1-3, 2000, Washington, D.C.
  12. “Confidence-Building Across the Taiwan Strait: Taiwan Strait as a Peace Zone Proposal,” Roundtable of the Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies, April 2000, Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C.
  13. Taiwan Election in 2000: Candidates, Issues and Implications,” Brookings Press Briefing, March 16, 2000, Washington, D.C.
  14. “In Searching of an Indigenized Paradigm & Research Program in International Relations,” Conference on the Challenge of the 21st Century for Chinese Political Scientist, September 10, 1999, Current Foundation & Institute for Global Chinese Affairs, University of Maryland-College Park, College Park, MD.
  15. “Identities, Norms & Interests in China's Nonproliferation Decisions: A       Constructivist Analysis,” August 12, 1999, Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, Monterey, CA.
  16. *“Security Regime & U.S.-China Relations: An Epistemic Community Analysis,” Symposium on Cross-Strait Studies, November 7, 1998, National Taiwan University, Taipei.
  17. “Asymmetry & Strategies of Cross-Strait Conflict: Taiwan Strait Crises Revisited,” the 1998 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 3-6, 1998, Boston, MA.
  18. “Cooperation under Anarchy & U.S.-China Nonproliferation Debacle or Success: A Constructivist/Neorealist Debate,” the 27th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 15-16, 1998, Taipei.
  19. *“An Alternative Viewpoint of the U.S.-China Strategic Partnership,” the Chinese Council of Advanced Policy Studies, December 13, 1997, Taipei.
  20. “Confronting IR Paradigms: On Studying the Cooperative Security in the Post Cold-War East Asia,” The Annual Meeting of Taipei /Seoul Forum, November 14-15, 1997, Taipei.
  21. “The Ordeal of Civility: Taiwan Strait Crises Reconsidered,” the 26th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 8-10, 1997, College Park, Maryland.
  22. *“Taiwan Strait Crisis of 1995-1996: A Beijing Perspective,” Conference on Sine-American Relations, June 6, 1997, Sinica, Taipei.
  23. “Reinventing Mao's Peasant Revolution Theory: Agrarian Structure & Peasant Power in Pre-1949 South China,” the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, March 13-16, 1997, Chicago.
  24. “The Strategy of Conflict: the Offense-Defense Balance in Cross-Strait Relations,” the 1996 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, August 28-September 1, 1996, San Francisco.
  25. “Center & Periphery: Cultural Identity & Localism of the Southern Chinese Peasantry,” the 25th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 10-11, 1996, Taipei.
  26. “Tyranny of the Status Quo: The Taiwan Lobby's Impact on U.S.- Taiwan Relations,” the 24th Sino-American Conference on Contemporary China, June 15- 17, 1995, Washington, D. C.
  27. “State Dominance & Peasant Resistance in Post-1949 South China,” the 47th Annual Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies, April 6-9, 1995, Washington, D.C.
  28. *“Political Dynamics of the Transition from Authoritarian Rule in China,” the 22nd Sino- Japanese Conference on Contemporary China, March 26-31, 1995, Tokyo.
  29. “The Dilemma of Cross-Strait Relations,” the Claremont Institute Conference on the U.S., the U. N. & the International Order, October 7, 1994, Los Angles.
  30. “Cooperation under Anarchy? Paradoxes of the Intra-Chinese Rapprochement,” the 1lth Sino-European Conference on the Asia-Pacific & Europe, September 11- 12, 1994, Taipei.
  31. “Communal Mobilization & the Southern Chinese Peasantry,” the 1994 Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, September 1-4, 1994, New York.
  32. “The Social Regime & the Chinese Socialist State,” the 46th Annual Meeting of the Association of Asian Studies, March 24-27, 1994, Boston.
  33. “The Political Roles of the Chinese Peasantry in a Changing Society,” the 40th Annual Meeting of the Midwest Conference in Asian Affairs, September 13-15, 1991, Iowa.
  IV Research Grants an Projects
  1. *“On China’s Participation to the Outer Space Regime: A Constructivist Perspective,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2008.
  2. *“An Analysis of the Ranking of Political Science Journals,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2006.
  3. *“On the Dynamics and Process of China's Compliance with International Regime Norms: An Analysis of the Chemical Weapons Convention,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2005 & 2006.
  4. *“China and the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regimes: Protest/Mobilization Learning and Persuasion,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2004.
  5. *“U.S.-China Nonproliferation Cooperation & Conflict: Uncertain Interdependency,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2002 & 2003.
  6. *“Taiwan Strait as a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone: Theory & Practice,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2001.
  7. *“Security Regime Formation and the U.S.-China Relations: An Epistemic Community Analysis,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1998 & 1999.
  8. *“Multilateralism, Cooperative Security & Cross-Strait Relations: Cooperation under Security Dilemma,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1997.
  9. *“Economic Development, Social Mobilization and Political Change: The Political Roles of the Southern Chinese Peasantry,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1996.
  10. *“Relations between the Central and Local Government in China: a Case Study of Fukien Province,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1995.