( 2012.09.29 )

Kwei-Bo HUANG
   

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Mailing Address:       Office 270901, General Building of Colleges
Department of Diplomacy
National Chengchi University
Taipei City, TAIWAN  (11605), R.O.C.

Telephone: (O)+886-(0)2-29393091 #50901          

Email: kweibo[at]nccu[dot]edu[dot]tw

Chinese Website: http://diplomacy.nccu.edu.tw/people/bio.php?PID=57219

LinkedIn: http://tw.linkedin.com/pub/kwei-bo-huang/4a/953/68b

 

Current Positions

§ Director, International MA’s Program in International Studies (IMPIS), NCCU College of International Affairs (2012.08 - )

§ Associate Professor (full-time), Department of Diplomacy, National ChengChi University (NCCU) (2007.02 - ; public service leave between 2009.02 and 2011.02)

§ Founding Director, Center for Foreign Policy Studies (CFPS), NCCU College of International Affairs (2008.03 – 2009.01; 2012.02 - )

§ Member, Editorial Board, Defense Journal  (2012.04 - )

§ Member, Editorial Board, Asian Politics & Policy (2010 - )

§ Member, Editorial Board, The Army Bimonthly (2005.01 - )

 

Education

§ M.A. & Ph.D., Government and Politics (GVPT), University of Maryland, College Park (2001.06)

Major: International Relations                                 Minor: Comparative Politics

Dissertation: Confidence and Security Building between the Association of South East Asian Nations and the People’s
Republic of China after the Cold War

Diss. Committee:  George Quester (advisor), Margaret Pearson, Dennis Pirages, Qian Yingyi, and Miranda Schreurs.

§ M.A., Political Science, The George Washington University (1996.12)

§ LL.B., Diplomacy, National ChengChi University (1993.06)

   

Experiences

§ Visiting Fellow, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies (CNAPS), Brookings Institution, Washington, D.C. (2012.03 - 2012.06)

§ Deputy Director, Department of International Affairs, Ma Ying-jeou & Wu Den-yih National Presidential Campaign Office (2011.10 - 2012.01)

§ Chairman, Research and Planning Committee, Republic of China Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) (2009.02.27 - 2011.01.31) (concurrently assumed by then-Deputy Foreign Minister Lyushun Shen)

§ Vice President, Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (TFD), Taipei City (2009.07 - 2011.01.31)

§ Board Director, The Prospect Foundation (PF), Taipei City (2009.09 - 2011.01.31)

§ Fulbright Visiting Scholar, Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C.

§ Director, Planning Division, Office of Research and Development, NCCU (2008.08 - 2009.02)

§ Deputy Director, Center for International Negotiation (CIN), NCCU College of International Affairs (2008.01 - 2009.02)

§ Member, Editorial Board, Journal of International Relations (published by NCCU Department of Diplomacy) (2004)

§ Member & Executive Secretary, Lab of International Communication and Negotiation (LICAN), NCCU Department of Diplomacy (2002.10 - 2009.02)

§ Assistant Professor, NCCU Department of Diplomacy (2002.08 - 2007.01)

§ Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration and Policy, National Taipei University (2002.08 - 2005.07)

§ Adjunct Assistant Professor, NCCU Department of Diplomacy (2001.08 - 2002.07)

§ Adjunct Researcher, National Strategic Studies Institute (NSSI), Republic of China National Defense University (2001.08 - 2002.08)

§ Advisor, The Taiwan Cross-Strait Directory, Kapi'olani Community College, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A. (Project Director: Dr. Vincent K. Pollard, available at http://www2.hawaii.edu/~pollard/#apdc) (2000.10 - 2010)

§ Executive Secretary, Chinese American Society, Rockville, Maryland, U.S.A. (1997.03 - 1999.06; 2000.06 - 2001.01)

§ Assistant, International Communication and Negotiation Simulations (ICONS) Project, Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland, College Park (1998.08 - 1999.06)

§ Teaching Assistant, Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland, College Park (1997.08 - 1998.06: “Comparative Foreign Policy,” instructed by Dr. Jonathan Wilkenfeld; 2000.06 - 2011.01: “International Negotiation,” instructed by Dr. Brigid Starkey)

 

Research Interests

§ International Conflict Management and International Negotiation

§ Public Diplomacy

§ U.S. Foreign Policy and Decisionmaking towards the Asia Pacific

§ International Political and Military Relations of Southeast Asia

 

Courses Taught

Graduate-Level:

§ International Relations Theories
§ Seminar on International Organization(s)
§ International Conflict Management
§ Seminar on International Negotiation
§ Negotiation Studies

Undergraduate-Level:

§ Foreign Policy Decision and Analysis
§ International Organization(s)
§ Introduction to International Security
§ Introduction to International Relations
§ Introduction to Diplomacy
§ International Negotiation and Communication
§ International Negotiation
§ International Relations of Southeast Asia
§ American Foreign Policy
§ English Composition

 

Non-Chinese Publications  

Journal Articles

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2012). “In Pursuit of Gradual Stabilization and Peace Dividends: Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations and Their Influence on the Asia Pacific,” Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, No. 3 – 2011 (206) (Baltimore, Maryland: Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, Inc.). At http://www.law.umaryland.edu/programs/international/eastasia/MSCASfirst2011_3.html.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2006).  'Transformational Diplomacy and Taipei-Beijing-Washington Relations,” Views and Policies, Vol. 2, No. 4 (June 2006), pp. 43-63.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2005). “ The Anti-Secession Law and the Distributive Bargaining across the Taiwan Strait ,” Views and Policies, Vol. 2, No. 1 (September 2005), pp. 93-112.

§ 黃奎博, 中台の信賴釀成措置に影響をおよぼす要因, 問題と研(2005 7 - 8 ), pp. 85-108

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “PRC Foreign Policy and Its Recent Development,” Views and Policies: Taiwan Forum, Vol. 1, No. 1 (September 2004), pp.55-72.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2003). “Australia-United States Security Relations and the Implications for the Republic of China ,” Taiwanese Journal of Australian Studies, Vol. 4 (Taipei : Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University).

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Analyzing Cooperation in International Security: The Micro-Macro Linkage Approach,” Chinese Political Science Review (Taipei City), Vol. 34, pp. 77-107.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Globalization, Transforming Sovereignty and the Republic of China's South China Sea Strategy,” Taiwan Defense Affairs (Taipei), Vol. 2, No. 3 (Spring 2002), pp. 80-107.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2000). The Association of South East Asian Nations' Confidence and Security Building with the People's
Republic of China: Internal Constraints and Policy Implications
, Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, No. 6 - 2000 (161) (Baltimore, Maryland: Maryland Series in Contemporary Asian Studies, Inc.).

 

Books and Book Chapters 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang.  Conflict Prevention and Resolution in the Taiwan Strait: From East Asian Experiences (Taipei: Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, forthcoming).  (co-edited with Chung-Chian Teng)

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2013). “PRC’s Civil Society and UN Peace Operations: An Emerging Dilemma for State Control and National Image” (tentative title), in Donavon C. Chau and Thomas M. Kane, eds., China and International Security: History, Strategy, and 21st Century Policy, 3 Volumes (Westport, Connecticut: Praeger).

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2011).  “Cross-Strait CBMs: Taiwan’s Views on Opportunities, Obstacles, and Challenges,” in Roger Cliff, Phillip C. Saunders, and Scott Harold, eds., New Opportunities and Challenges for Taiwan's Security, RAND Corporation (Santa Barbara, CA: RAND Corporation, 2011), pp.25-32

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2008). Conflict Management, Security and Intervention in East Asia: Third Party Mediation in Regional Conflict (London: Routledge, 2008). (co-edited with Jacob Bercovitch and Chung-Chian Teng)

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2008). The Transformation of ASEAN as a Third-Party Mediator in Intraregional Disputes of Southeast Asia,in Ibid., pp. 147-164.

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2008).Reflections on Conflict Management and Third Party Mediation in East Asia, in Ibid., pp. 269-279.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2007).  'The Role of ASEAN as a Third Party Mediator in the Dispute over the South China Sea,” in Suwit
Laohasiriwong and Ming-Chee Ang, eds., Peace Building in Asia Pacific - The Role of Third Parties (Khon Kane, Thailand: Institute for Dispute Resolution, Khon Kane University & Japan Foundation), pp. 43-68.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2006). “Recent Developments and Implications of the China-ASEAN Free Trade Area,”in Paul J. Davidson, ed., Trading Arrangements in the Pacific Rim: ASEAN and APEC (New York: Oxford University Press, continuously revised and updated).

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “The China -ASEAN Free Trade Area and Its Diplomatic and Strategic Significance,” in Paul J.
Davidson, ed., Trading Arrangements in the Pacific Rim: ASEAN and APEC (New York: Oceana Publications, continuously revised and updated).

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Introduction: Conflict Management between the Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait,” in Jangruey Tzeng, ed., Security and Conflict Prevention across Taiwan Strait in the Early 21st Century (Taipei: National Strategic Studies Institute, National Defense University , 2002), pp. 291-308.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Rethinking Preventive Diplomacy in Southeast Asia,”in Ibid., pp. 467-510.

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Conference Papers

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2012).  “Taiwan: What to Ask of the US,” East Asia Security Symposium, The Prospect Foundation, Taipei City, Aug. 2012.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2011).  “Taiwan's Relations with the United States and Mainland China: A Prudently Optimistic View,” The Korean-Chinese Association of Social Science Studies International Conference, The Korean-Chinese Association of Social Science, National Chengchi University, Taipei City, Dec. 2011.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2011).  “The Asia-Pacific Context of Cross-Strait Relations,” American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, USA, Sep. 1-4, 2011.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2011).  “A Perspective on Current Taiwan-US Relations,” East Asia Security Symposium, The Prospect Foundation, Taipei City, Aug. 2011.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2011).  “The Asia-Pacific Context of Cross-Strait Relations,” Facing the Challenges to Cross-Strait Relations in 2012, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Washington, DC, Jul. 2011.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2011).  “The Involvement of PRC’s Civil Society in UN Peacekeeping in Asia: An Emerging Dilemma for State Control?” Growth, Governance and Equity: Exploring the Social Implications of China's Economic Transformation", Institute of Chinese Studies, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Jun. 2011.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2009).  “Cross-Strait CBMs: Taiwan’s Views on Opportunities, Obstacles, and Challenges,” 21st Annual
CAPS/RAND/INSS/CEIP Conference on the PLA, Washington, DC, Nov. 2009.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2008).  “An Emerging Humanitarian Component in the ASEAN Community: Past, Present and Future,” the Second World International Studies Conference (WISC), Liubljiana, Slovenia, Jul. 2008.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2007).  “The Formation and Evolution of the Republic of China’s Worldview: Implications for Its Foreign Policy toward East Asia,” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, USA, Feb. 28 - Mar. 4.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2006).  “Can ASEAN be a Third Party Mediator in the Dispute over the South China Sea?” International
Conference on Peace Building in the Asia Pacific: The Role of Third Parties, organized by the Institute for Dispute Resolution of Khon Kaen University, and co-organized by Southeast Asian Conflict Studies Network, Khon Kaen, Thailand, July 1-3.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2006). “When Uncle Sam Meets Vacillating David and Confident Goliath: The United States and the Mediation in Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations,” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, San Diego, California , USA, Mar. 22-25.  

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2005). “ The ASEAN Security Community and Disaggregation of Sovereignty? A Provisional Analysis,”
International Conference on New Challenges in a Changing World, Sponsored by the Cross-Strait Interflow Prospect Foundation, Taipei, R.O.C., Sept. 16-17.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2005). “Managing Southeast Asian Security: The ASEAN Security Community and Institutional Change in
ASEAN,” International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, Honolulu , Hawaii , USA , Mar. 1-5.
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§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “ The Transformation of ASEAN as a Third-Party Mediator in Intraregional Disputes of Southeast Asia ,” Workshop on International Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “ASEAN+3 and Regional Cooperation: The Dynamic Nexus of Northeast and Southeast Asia,”
Conference on the Asia-Pacific Regional Relations, Yonsei University, Seoul , R.O.K.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2003). “U.S. and ASEAN in the Era of Anti-Terrorism,” International Conference on American Future, Graduate Institute of American Studies, Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Australia-United States Security Cooperation and Implications for the Republic of China,” International Conference on East Timor and Australian Security Relations: Implications for East Asia (sponsored by Australia Industry and Commerce Office and the Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University), November 29, 2002.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Globalization, Transforming Sovereignty and the Republic of China’s South China Sea Strategy,”
Comparative Interdisciplinary Studies Section (CISS)/ISA Fourth Millennium Conference, Brugge, Belgium, July 5-6, 2002.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “Rethinking Preventive Diplomacy in Southeast Asia,” International Conference on National Security and Military Strategy, R.O.C. National Defense University, Taipei , Taiwan , R.O.C., December 11, 2001.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2000). “Big Power Politics Trumps Democratization: The Republic of China’s foreign policy making since the 1980s,” International Studies Association Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California, USA, March 14-18, 2000.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (1999). “Avoiding War: A study of changing PRC-ASEAN security relations,” American Association for Chinese Studies Annual Conference, Arlington, Virginia, USA, April 1999.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (1999). “Post Cold War Security Building in Southeast Asia: Equivocal ASEAN-PRC security relations,”
International Studies Association Annual Convention, Washington, D. C., USA, February 16-20, 1999.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (1998). “The Indeterminate Political Effects of the ROC's Investment in the PRC,” American Association
for Chinese Studies Annual Conference, New York, New York, USA, September 30 – October 1, 1998.

 

Others

§ Kwei-Bo Huang 2012  “Taiwan’s Role in South Korea-Mainland China Relations,” Korea-China Forum Newsletter, Vol. 1 (Jul. 2012) (Korea Economic Institute & Project 2049 Institute), pp. 3-6, at
http://www.keia.org/publication/korea-china-forum-newsletter-volume-1-july-2012.

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang 2012 “Taiwan’s Public Diplomacy at a Time of Institutional Change,” CNAPS Opinion (May 10, 2012)
(Washington, DC: Brookings Institution), at http://www.brookings.edu/research/opinions/2012/05/10-taiwan-diplomacy-huang.

 

§ Kwei-Bo Huang 2011 “The South China Sea Dispute Revisited: Stalemates, Changes, and What We Seem to Have
Forgotten,” Prospect Foundation Newsletter, No. 3 (March 2011), at
http://www.pf.org.tw:8080/FCKM/inter/research_eng/report_open.jsp?file_id=1336.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “The United States as a Mediator in Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations?: A tentative assessment,” Peace Forum (Internet Edition at http://www.peaceforum.org.tw/onweb.jsp?webno=333333327:&webitem_no=1041), December 2004.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “Cross-Strait Relations after the March 20 R.O.C. Presidential Election ,” Peace Forum (Internet Edition at http://www.peaceforum.org.tw/onweb.jsp?webno=3333333275&webitem_no=719), March 2004.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2004). “Regional Development: A Perspective from Taiwan,” Paper for the Sixth ASEAN-ISIS-IIR Taiwan
Dialogue Co-organized by ASEAN-Institutes of Strategic and International Studies and Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University, held in Manila, Philippines, February 14-16, 2004.

§ Kwei-Bo Huang (2002). “The China-ASEAN Free Trade Area: Background, Framework and Political Implications,” Peace Forum (Internet Edition at http://www.peaceforum.org.tw/onweb.jsp?webno=33333333:6&webitem_no=384), February 2002.

 

Non-Chinese Working Manuscripts

§ The Humanitarian Component in the ASEAN Community

§ Taiwan’s International Participation from “Pragmatic Diplomacy” to “Flexible Diplomacy"

§ Meliorating Taiwan’s National Security Decision-making: An Organizational Perspective

 

Scholarships & Fellowships

§ Fellowship, Center for Northeast Asian Policy Studies (CNAPS), Brookings Institution (2012).

§ James William Fulbright Grant for Senior Scholars, The Fulbright Program (2008-2009).

§ Department of Government and Politics, University of Maryland. Graduate Assistantships in 1997, 1998 & 2000.

§ University of Maryland. Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant for participation in the International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention in Los Angeles (2000).

§ R.O.C. Doctoral Students Dissertation Scholarship, The Chiang Ching-kuo Foundtion for International Scholarly Exchange (1999.07.

§ University of Maryland. Jacob K. Goldhaber Travel Grant for participation in the American Association for Chinese Studies
(AACS) Annual Conference, New York City (1998).

§ Lungshan Temple Scholarship (Taipei City) (1992).

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Professional Association Memberships

 

§American Association for Chinese Studies (AACS) (1998.08 - 2000.08)

 

§ Association of American Studies (2003.10 - 2004.09)

 

§ Chinese Association of Political Science (Taipei City) (2003.10 - 2004.09)

 

§ International Studies Association (ISA) (1998.10 – 2001.092004.10 - )

 

§ American Political Science Association (APSA) (2009.08 - 2010.08)

 

§ Taiwan Fulbright Alumni Association (2010.05 - )

 

§ The Phi Tau Phi Scholastic Honor Society of the Republic of China (2010.06 - )

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