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  • Publish Date:2017/07/27
    Modify Date:2021/09/11
Jaw-Ling Joanne Chang
  • Position:Adjunct Research Fellow
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  • Email:jljchang@sinica.edu.tw
Jaw-Ling Joanne Chang

EDUCATION

  • 1983 D. Philosophy - Government and Politics, University of Maryland, USA
  • 1975 M.A. - Political Science, University of Delaware, USA
  • 1973 B.A. - Political Science, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • August 2017 - Adjunct Research Fellow, The Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica
  • August 1990-2017.06 Research Fellow, The Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica
  • September 2006- May 2008 Deputy Secretary General, National Security Council
  • August 2004-April 2006 Deputy Representative, Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in the United States
  • 1993-1994 Visiting Scholar, The Brookings Institution
  • 1990.09-2004.07 Adjust Professor, Graduate Institute of American Studies, Tamkang University
  • January1984-July 1990 Associate Research Fellow, The Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica
  • 1986-1988 Visiting Scholar, U.S. University of Maryland, School of Law
  • September 1984-August 1986 Associate Professor, Political Science Department, National Taiwan University
  • 1983.09-1983.12 U.S. University of Maryland, School of Law, Research Associate

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • American Foreign Policy, U.S.-Taiwan-China Relations
  • International Negotiation
  • International Organizations

ACADEMIC SERVICE

  • Book published in the U.S.:
  • United States - China Normalization: An evaluation of foreign policy decision making. copublished by School of Law, University of Maryland and University of Denver, Monograph Series in World Affairs, 246 pp. (book review by Allen S. Whiting, The China Quarterly, 115: 479-480). (1986)
  • Editor of 9 books (2 in English, 7 in Chinese):
  • Sino-American Relations, 2009-2011 (2014)
  • Sino-American Relations, 2004-2008 (2011)
  • Sino-American Relations, 1998-2000 (2002)
  • The United States and the Use of Force in the 1990s (2001)
  • United States-Taiwan Relations: Twenty Years After the Taiwan Relations Act. Baltimore, MD.: University of Maryland School of Law (2000) (in English)
  • Sino-American Relations, 1992-1994 (1996)
  • U.S. Foreign Policy and Crisis Management (1993)
  • R.O.C.-U.S.A. Relations, 1979-1989 (1991) (in English)
  • Sino-American Relations, 1985-1987 (1989)
  • Coeditors of two books:
  • Sino-American Relations, 1983-1985 (1986)
  • Sino-American Relations, 1981-1983 (1984)

PUBLICATIONS

1. Journal Articles

  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2020). Trump Administration and the Promotion of U.S.-Taiwan Relations, New Century Think Tank Forum, 89: 19-27. (in Chinese) http://www.taiwanncf.org.tw/ttforum/89/89-03.pdf
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne.  (2019). India’s New Strategic Thinking: Aligning with Countries Based on Issues, New Century Think Tank Forum, 87-88: 118-121. (in Chinese) http://www.taiwanncf.org.tw/ttforum/87-88/87-88-14.pdf
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2018). Trump Administration's National Security Strategy-China and Russia as U.S. Main Challengers,Japan and Asia-Pacific Studies Quarterly, 2,2: 125-132.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2017). North Korea Nuclear Crisis and U.S.-China Relations, New Century Think Tank Forum, 77-78: 344-351. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2017). U.S.-China Cooperation and Confrontation on the "Hotspot" Issues, Studies on Chinese Communism, 51, 3: 44-58. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2017). Why China’s Taiwan Approach Is Counterproductive: Moving cross-strait relations forward in 2017 will require a new strategy, Diplomat. https://thediplomat.com/2017/01/why-chinas-taiwan-approach-is-counterproductive/
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2016). Hsi-kun Yang as Vanguard of ROC Diplomacy, New Century Think Tank Forum, 75: 33-37. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2016). Future Prospects of U.S.-Taiwan Relations, New Century Think Tank Forum, 74: 54-59. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2015). U.S.-China-Japan Rivalry in the East China Sea, 2013-2015, Studies on Chinese Communism, 49, 7: 41-61. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2014). New Model of Major Power Relationship- U.S. and China Rivalry in South China Sea, Studies on Chinese Communism, 48, 5: 150-157. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne and Chen, Hao-Yao. (2013). U.S.-Taiwan Relations Since 1979, Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Issues and Studies), 52, 2: 1-50. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2010). Taiwan’s Participation in the World Health Organization and the Role of the United States, EurAmerica, 40, 2: 431-517. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2010). Taiwan's Participation in the World Health Organization: The U.S. “Facilitator” Role, American Foreign Policy Interests, 32, 3: 131-46. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2004). New dimensions of U.S.- Taiwan relations. American Foreign Policy Interests, 26, 4: 309-315. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2002). Taiwan and China cross-strait negotiations: The international connection. International Journal of Business, 7, 3: 75-86. (SSCI) (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2001). China’s International Negotiation Tactics, Mainland China Studies, 44, 6: 1-23.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2000). Lessons from the Taiwan Relations Act. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, 44, 1: 63-77. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1999). The U.S. Congress v. White House: A case study of the Most-Favored-Nation status for the PRC in 1990-1992. Tamkang Journal of International Affairs, 3, 4: 111-157. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1995). How Clinton bashed Taiwan- and why. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs, 39, 4: 567-582. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1994). Political participation of women in the Republic of China on Taiwan. Chinese Yearbook of International Law and Affairs (1992-1994), 12: 172-189. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1994). The White House vs. U.S. Congress: A Case Study of the NAFTA Issue. , EurAmerica, 24, 3: 27-78. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1993). The U.S. Congress v. the White House: A Case Study of Most-Favored-Nation Status for the PRC, 1990-92.  EurAmerica, 23, 2: 1-59. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1991). Negotiation of the August 17, 1982 U.S.-PRC Arms Communique: Beijing’s negotiating tactics. China Quarterly, 125: 33-54. (SSCI) (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1989). Retention of PRC Students in the U.S.: An Executive-Congressional Conflict. American Studies, 19, 4: 33-80. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1988). Settlement of the Macao issue: Distinctive features of China’s negotiating behavior. Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law, 20: 1: 253-278. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1984). Peking’s negotiating style: A case study of U.S.-PRC normalization. American Studies, 14, 4: 55-80. Reprinted in occasional papers/ reprints series in contemporary Asian Studies (1985), 5: 1-22. Baltimore: School of Law, University of Maryland. (in English)

2. Book

  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1986). United States - China normalization: An evaluation of foreign policy decision making. Co-published by School of Law, University of Maryland and University of Denver, Monograph Series in World Affairs, 246 pp. (book review by Allen S. Whiting, China Quarterly, 115: 479-480) (in English)

3. Book Chapters

  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2019). Preface: U.S.-Taiwan New Relations after 40 years. In Wang, Neng-Hsiang, Don Quijote Knocking at the Door of U.S. Congress: The Taiwan Relation Act You Should Know (pp. 16-36). Taipei: Presbyterian Church in Taiwan. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2015). The U.S.’s Rebalancing to Asia and the U.S.-Taiwan Relations. In Thomas B. Lee (Ed.). American Studies- U.S. Politics and Its Cross-Strait Policy (pp.89-137). Taipei: Bo Young Culture. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2014). U.S.-China Relations: 2009-2010. In Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (Ed.), Sino-American Relations, 2009-2011 (pp. 1-47). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2014). Development and Challenge of American Democratic System. In Deng, Wen-Cong (Ed.), Democracy as Hard Reason (pp.104-110). Taipei: Commercial Culture Press. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2012). Taiwan’s Participation in International Organizations: Experience and Review. In Lo, Chih-cheng and Wu, Jau-Shieh Joseph (Eds.), Taiwan’s Foreign Policy: Review and Prospect (pp. 57-91). Taipei: Taiwan Brain Trust Series 11. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2011). Taiwan’s Participation in World Health Organization: Evolution of Tactics and American Role, 1997-2009. In Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (Ed.), Sino-American Relations, 2004-2008 (pp. 33-95). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. (TSSCI) (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (2011). “Taiwan's Participation in the World Health Organization: The U.S. 'Facilitator' Role,” In Lin, Cheng-yi and Roy, Denny (Eds.), The Future of United States, China and Taiwan Relations (pp. 167-187), New York, US: Palgrave Macmillan. (Reprinted with permission from American Foreign Policy Interests).
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2005). Taiwan’s policy toward the U.S., 1969-1978. In William Kirby and Robert Ross (Eds.), Normalization of U.S. – China relations: An international history (pp. 209-251). Cambridge, Mass.: The Harvard University Asia Center. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2002). U.S. Congress Approved Legislation on Permanent Trade Relations with China: Clinton’s Negotiating Tactics. In Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (Ed.), Sino-American Relations, 1998-2000 (pp.37-80). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-Ling Joanne. (2001). U.S. Intervention in Somalia. In Chang, Jaw-Ling Joanne (Ed.), The United States and the Use of Force in the 1990s. (pp. 183-228).Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia, Sinica.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2001). September 11 Event and Its Impact on U.S.-China-Taiwan Relations. In Wang, Yuh-woei (Ed.), Bush Administration’s Policy Toward Taiwan and Cross-Strait Relations After APEC (pp. 119-147). Taipei: Cross-Strait Interflow Prospect Foundation.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1998). The Taiwan Strait Crisis of 1995 - 1996: Causes and lessons. In Chun-Chieh Huang (Ed.), Postwar Taiwan in historical perspective (pp. 280-303). College Park, Maryland: University Press of Maryland. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-Ling Joanne. (1998). The 1995-1996 Taiwan Strait Crisis: A Review of Washingtion, Beijing and Taipei Decision-Making. In Lin, Cheng-yi (Ed.), Sino-American Relations, 1995-1997 (pp. 99-143). Taipei: Institute European and American Studies. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1997). The present situation and prospects for Hong Kong and Macau to join international organizations. In Rufino Ramos and others (Eds.), Macau and its neighbors in transition (pp. 31-36). Macau: University of Macau and Macau Foundation. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1996). Clinton’s Decision to Extend MFN Status to China in 1994: China’s Negotiating Tactics. In Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne (Ed.), Sino-American Relations, 1992-1994 (pp.129-166). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1993). An Evaluation of U.S. Management of the Iran Hostage Crisis, 1979-1981. In Chang, Jaw-Ling Joanne (Ed.), U.S. Foreign Policy and Crisis Management. (pp. 53-89). Taipei: Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1992). U.S. Congressional Oversight of CIA, 1974-1990: An Evaluation. In Cheng, David C. (Ed.), U.S. Congress: Institution and Operations. (pp. 231-268). Taipei:  Institute of European and American Studies, Academia Sinica. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1989). Gender and the U.S. constitution: The failure of the equal rights amendment. In Tung-hsun Sun (Ed.), The evolving U.S. constitution: 1787-1987 (pp. 413-441). Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1988). Foreign Investment in the U.S. and Its Impact on American Society. In Chiu, Hung-dah (Ed.), Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs Volume 2 (pp.79-92). Taipei: The Commercial Press, Ltd.
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1987). The White House vs. the State Department: A study of three cases on U.S.-China policy. In Institute of American Culture (Ed.), After the storm: American society a decade after the Vietnam war (pp. 307-338). Taipei: Institute of American Culture Studies, Academia Sinica. (in English)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1987). Communist China’s Negotiating Tactics toward the U.S. on the Taiwan Issue. In Chiu, Hung-dah (Ed.), Studies of Communist China’s Negotiation Tactics (pp.121-140). Taipei: Linking Publishing Company. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (1984). Foreign Policy Issues in U.S. Presidential Election, 1964-1984. In Compilation of U.S. Presidential Election (pp. 107-125). Taipei:  Institute of American Culture Studies, Academia Sinica. (in Chinese)
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