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  • Publish Date:2016/10/11
    Modify Date:2020/09/11
Cheng-Yi Lin
  • Position:Research Fellow
  • TEL:+886-(02)3789-7275
  • FAX:+886-(02)2782-7616
  • Email:cylin@sinica.edu.tw
  • Assistant’s Name:Tsung-Yi Wang
  • Assistant’s Phone:+886-(02)3789-7234
  • Assistant’s Email:wangtyi@gate.sinica.edu.tw
Cheng-Yi Lin

EDUCATION

  • National Chengchi University (B.A., 1978)
  • National Chengchi University (M.A., 1982)
  • University of Virginia (M.A., 1984)
  • University of Virginia (Ph. D., 1987)

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Ph.D in foreign affairs from the University of Virginia in 1987
  • 1988-1994 Associate Research Fellow, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica
  • 1994-present Research Fellow
  • January 1995-February 1998 Deputy Director, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica
  • March 1998-August 2003 Director, Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica
  • 2004-2005 Director of Institute of International Relations at National Chengchi University
  • 2003-2004 Senior Advisor to the ROC National Security Council
  • 2016-2018 Vice Minister of the ROC Mainland Affairs Council
  • 2018-2020 CEO of Institute for National Defense and Security Research

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • International Relations
  • Sino-American Relations
  • National Security Policy

ACADEMIC SERVICE

  • Member of the editorial board of "Issues & Studies"
  • Member of the editorial board of "Mainland China Studies"
  • Member of the editorial board of "Soochow Journal of Political Science"
  • Member of the editorial board of "National Defense Journal"
  • Member of the editorial board of "Prospect Quarterly"
  • Member of the editorial board of "Journal of Strategic and Security Analyses"
  • Member of the academic advisory committee, Institute of Political Science, Academia Sinica
  • Convener of Political Science Program, National Science Council

PUBLICATIONS

Periodicals

  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1992). The Legacy of the Korean War: Impact on US-Taiwan Relations. Journal of Northeast Asian Studie, 11(4): 40-57.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1993). Political Change in Taiwan: Transition to Democracy? (co-authored with Shao-Chuan Leng) The China Quarterly, 136: 805-839.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1995). Taiwan’s Security Strategies in the Post-Cold War Era. Issues & Studies, 31(4): 78-97.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1996). The U.S. Factor in the 1958 and 1996 Taiwan Straits Crises. Issues & Studies, 32(12): 14-32.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1997). Taiwan’s South China Sea Policy. Asian Survey, 37(4): 323-339.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2000). The US Role in Taiwan-China Security Relations. Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, 1: 43-66. University of Maryland School of Law.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2001). Confidence-Building Measures in the Taiwan Strait. American Foreign Policy Interests, 23(2) (2001), pp. 78-89.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2004). Taiwan’s Campaign for United Nations Participation. Krakowskie Studia Miedzynarodowe(Poland), 1: 39-50.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2004). China, the US and the Security of Taiwan. Asian Affairs (Hong Kong), 23: 33-46.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2006). Democracy, Divided National Identity, and Taiwan’s National Security. (co-authored with Wen-cheng Lin) Taiwan Journal of Democracy, 1(2): 69-87.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2007). The Rise of China and Taiwan’s Response: The Anti-Secession Law as a Case Study. Issues & Studies, 43(1): 159-188.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2007). Strategic Ambiguity, Strategic Clarity, or Dual Clarity: U.S. Policy Debates over the Prevention of aTaiwan Strait Crisis. Prospect Journal: Taiwan Forum, 1: 1-35.

Books and Book Chapters

  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1985). Principle and Means in China’s Third World Policy. In Kenneth W. Thompson (ed.), American Moral and Political Leadership in the Third World (pp. 145-158). Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1985). The 1958 Quemoy Crisis and U.S. Leadership. In Kenneth W. Thompson (ed.), U.S. Leadership in Asia and the Middle East (pp. 71-100). Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1990). Taipei’s ADB Policy and Its Implications for Taiwan’s External Relations. In Yun-Han Chu (ed.), The Role of Taiwan in International Economic Organizations (pp. 63-78). Taipei: Institute for National Policy Research.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1991). The U.S. Factor in Taiwan’s Political Development, 1979-1989. In Jaw-Ling Joanne Chang (ed.), R.O.C.-U.S.A. Relations (pp. 125-156). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1993). The U.S. Factor in the Political Future of Taiwan and Hong Kong. In Kenneth W. Thompson (ed.), The Virginia Papers on the Presidency (pp. 143-173). Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1997). The Taiwan Factor in Asia-Pacific Regional Security. In Takashi Inoguchi and Grant B. Stillman (eds.), Northeast Asian Regional Security:The Role of International Institutions (pp. 98-117). New York: The United Nations University.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1998). The New World Order and Taiwan’s International Role. In Kenneth W. Thompson (ed.), China, Taiwan, Japan, The United States, and the World (pp. 171-187). Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1998). Taiwan’s Defence Policy: Threat Assessment and Security Strategies. In Bjorn Moller (ed.), Security, Arms Control and Defence Restructuring in East Asia (pp. 199-219). Aldershot, England: Ashgate.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (1999). The New US-Japan Defense Cooperation Guidelines and Taiwan’s Security. (co-authored with Wen-cheng Lin). Symposium on Japan-U.S. Alliance and Asia Pacific Security (pp. 105-119). Taipei: Taiwan Research Institute.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2001). The Tacit U.S-Taiwan Military Alliance and China’s Perception. (co-authored with Ji You). In Yoichi Funabashi(ed.), Alliance Tomorrow: Security Arrangemants after the Cold War (pp. 109-139). Tokyo: Tokyo Foundation.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2002). National Defense and the Changing Security Environment. (co-authored with Wen-cheng Lin). In Bruce J. Dickson and Chien-min Chao (eds.), Assessing the Lee Teng-hui Legacy in Taiwn’s Politics (pp. 241-263). Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
  • Lin, Cheng Yi (2008). Taiwan's Security under the Rise of China. In Hans J. Giessmann(ed.), Security Handbook 2008 Emerging Powers in East Asia: China, Russia and India. (pp. 189-208). Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos.
  • Hsiao, Hsin-Huang Michael  and Lin, Cheng-yi (2009). The Rise of China: An Overall Assessment. In Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Cheng-Yi Lin (eds.), Rise of China: Beijing’s Strategies and Implications for the Asia-Pacific. (pp. 3-18) London: Routledge.
  • Lin, Cheng-yi  and Lin, Wen-cheng (2009). A Rising China and Hu Jintao’s Taiwan Policies. In Hsin-Huang Michael Hsiao and Cheng-Yi Lin (eds.), Rise of China: Beijing’s Strategies and Implications for the Asia-Pacific. (pp. 284-302) London: Routledge. 
  • Hsiao, Hsin-Huang Michael  and Lin, Cheng-yi (eds.) (2009). Rise of China: Beijing’s Strategies and Implications for the Asia-Pacific. (pp. 284-302) London: Routledge. 
  • Lin, Cheng-yi. The Security Implication of Cross-Strait Competition in the South Pacific from a Taiwanese Perspective. In Anne-Marie Brady (ed.), Looking North, Look South—China, Taiwan, and South Pacific (pp. 113-133) Singapore: World Scientific, 2010.
  • Lin, Cheng-yi and Denny Roy (eds.) (2011). The Future of United States, China, and Taiwan Relations. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lin, Cheng-yi and Chou, Tom. (2011). Introduction. In Lin, Cheng-yi and Denny Roy (eds.), The Future of United States, China, and Taiwan Relations (pp. 1-12). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lin, Cheng-yi (2011). A Status Quo with Different Interpretations: Taiwan, China, the United States, and Security in the Taiwan Strait. In Lin, Cheng-yi and Denny Roy (eds.), The Future of United States, China, and Taiwan Relations (pp. 71-100). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.  
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (2014). Confidence-Building Measures in the South China Sea and Implications for US-Taiwan-China Relations. In Yann-huei Song & Keyuan Zou (eds.), Major Law and Policy Issues in the South China Sea: European and American Perspectives (pp. 257-275). Farnham, Surrey, UK: Ashgate.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (2014). Taiwan's National Defense Transformation, Taiwan's Security and US-Taiwan Relations. In Jean-Pierre Cabestan & Jacques deLisle (eds.), Political Changes in Taiwan under Ma Ying-jeou: Partisan Conflict, Policy Choices, External Constraints and Security Challenges (pp. 195-213). Oxon, UK: Routledge.
  • 林正義 (2015)。〈台美關係發展與台海安全〉,趙春山 (編),《東亞區域安全形勢評估(2014-2015)》,頁51-67。台北:財團法人兩岸交流遠景基金會。
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (2016). The Rise of China and Its Implications for US-Taiwan Relations. In Gunter Schubert (ed.), Taiwan and the "China Impact": Challenges and Opportunities (pp. 261-281). London: Routledge.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (2016). Taiwan-US Security Relations. In Gunter Schubert (ed.), Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Taiwan (pp. 482-498). London: Routledge.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (with Ian Storey). (2016). Introduction. In Ian Storey and Cheng-Yi Lin (eds.). The South China Sea Dispute: Navigating Diplomatic and Strategic Tensions (pp. 1-20). Singapore: Yusof Ishak Institute.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (with Anne Hsiu-an Hsiao). (2016). Taiwan's Evolving Policy towards the South China Sea, Dsipute, 1992-2016. In Ian Storey and Cheng-Yi Lin (eds.), The South China Sea Dispute: Navigating Diplomatic and Strategic Tensions (pp. 74-103). Singapore: Yusof Ishak Institute.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (2016). Taiwan's East and South China Sea Policies and the US Factor. In Masahide Ishihara, Eiichi Hoshino and Yoko Fujita (eds.), Self-Determinable Development of Small Islands (pp. 115-130). Singapore: Springer.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi. (2016). Chinese Response to Obama’s Rebalancing to Asia Strategy. In David W.F. Huang (ed.), Asia Pacific Countries and the U.S. Rebalancing Strategy (pp. 85-102). New York: Springer Nature.
  • Lin, Cheng-Yi (2018). Cross-Strait Détente? The Evolution of the US Taiwan-China Triangle in the Ma Ying-jiu Era.. In André Beckershoff, Gunter Schubert (ed.), Assessing the Presidency of Ma Ying-jiu in Taiwan - Hopeful Beginning, Hopeless End? (pp. Ch.13). London: Routledge. 
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