June 13, 2019
China’s actions abroad have offered alternatives to U.S.-led international institutions, made the world safer for other authoritarian governments, and undermined liberal values. But those...
June 4, 2019
Tuesday June 4 marks the 30th anniversary of the deadly crackdown ordered by Deng Xiaoping, which killed hundreds – maybe thousands – of people in Beijing and Chengdu. While the campaign to erase all...
May 14, 2019
Under what conditions do unemployed youth engage in hostile collective action? To address this question, this study focuses on the youth unemployment of South Korea and Taiwan in comparative...
May 7, 2019
In 2015, it was claimed that the India–UK bilateral relationship is affected by ‘a colonial mind set’that has led to a ‘growing disconnect’between the two nations. 1 Correspondingly, the UK dropped...
May 7, 2019
Does the public in authoritarian regimes react to their leaders’ foreign policy behavior similarly as their democratic counterparts? We investigate this question by implementing a series of survey...
April 25, 2019
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York is pleased to announce that the Taiwan Fellowship 2020 will be accepting applications from May 1 to June 30, 2019. The Fellowship was established...
April 25, 2019
The conventional literature on diaspora politics tends to focus on one ‘homeland’ state and its relations with ‘sojourning’ diaspora around the world. This paper examines an instance of ‘bifurcated...
April 24, 2019
For decades, leadership in technological innovation has sustained US power worldwide. Today, however, processes that undergird innovation increasingly transcend national borders. Cross-border flows...
April 22, 2019
Do military and civilian attitudes on the use of force differ and, if so, why? Past scholarship linking leaders and bureaucracies to international conflict is divided on whether military actors are...

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