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本所簡介

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Academic Fields

1.Changes, transformations, and political developments in authoritarian politics 2.Elite Politics and Human Affairs Issues 3.Chinese Communist Party’s intergovernmental relations through policy analysis 4.Government structural reform through administrative and political economics view 5.Political analysis of China’s economic reform 6.Chinese Communist ideology research through Political Theory and Comparative Politics 7.State-Society Relations 8.Interdisciplinary Perspective of Cross-Strait Relations 9.Hong Kong and Macau Research With regard to China's foreign relations research, the division is guided by various sub-disciplines of International Relations and Military Strategic Studies. Specifically, these include: 1.CPC diplomacy, security politics, and security relations 2.Military strategy, party-military relations, and defense industry system of PLA 3.US-Taiwan relations 4.Using International Relations Theory's three schools of thought: Structural Realism, Institutionalism, and Constructivism to analyze and discuss Chinese Communist Party's arms control disarmament and nonproliferation policies; export control policies; formation of government agencies; international participation; and nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons of mass destruction from three levels - power, interests, and knowledge. 5.Using International Political Economy’s point of view to analyze the impacts of economic globalization on China’s politics and economy
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