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  • Publish Date:2017/07/27
    Modify Date:2018/05/23
Joanne J.L.Chang
  • Position:Adjunct Research Fellow
  • TEL:+886-(02)-37897242
  • FAX:+886-(02)-27827616
  • Email:jljchang@sinica.edu.tw
Joanne J.L.Chang

EDUCATION

  • 1983 D. Phil.- 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 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
  • 1990.09-2004.07 私立淡江大學美國研究所兼任教授
  • January1984-July 1990 Associate Research Fellow, The Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica
  • September 1984-August 1986 Associate Professor, Political Science Department, National Taiwan University
  • 1983.09-1983.12 美國馬里蘭大學法學院副研究員
  • January 1993-December 1994 Visiting Scholar, The Brookings Institution

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

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

ACADEMIC SERVICE

  • 1984年以來多次擔任國科會年度研究計畫論文審查、新聞局重要學術著作獎審查委員、中研院歐美所中美關係重點研究計畫召集人、《美國研究》或《歐美研究》編輯委員。擔任中央研究院歐美研究所主編,出版包括下列九本叢書(二本英文、七本中文):
  • 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 (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)
  • Sino-American Relations, 1983-1985 (1986)
  • Sino-American Relations, 1981-1983 (1984)

PUBLICATIONS

1. Journal Articles

  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2017). North Korea Nuclear Crisis and U.S.-China Relations, Taiwan New Century Foundation Journal, 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. (2016). Hsi-kun Yang at Vanguard of ROC Diplomacy, Taiwan New Century Foundation Journal, 75: 33-37. (in Chinese)
  • Chang, Jaw-ling Joanne. (2016). The Future Prospects of U.S.-Taiwan Relations, Taiwan New Century Foundation Journal, 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. (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: BoyYoung Culture. (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. (2010). Taiwan’s Participation in the World Health Organization and the Role of the United States, EurAmerica, 40, 2: 431-517. (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. (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. (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. (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. Denver, Colorado : 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. (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 (209-251). Boston: The Harvard University Asia Center. (in English)
  • 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 (280-303). College Park, Maryland: University Press of Maryland. (in English)
  • 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 (31-36). Macau: University of Macau and Macau Foundation. (in English)
  • 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 ( 413-441). Taipei : Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica.
  • 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(307-338).Taipei: Institute of American Culture, Academia Sinica. (in English)
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