課程資訊
課程名稱
區域化與區域研究專題
Seminar on European Experiences, Regionalization and Area Study 
開課學期
110-1 
授課對象
社會科學院  政治學研究所  
授課教師
蘇宏達 
課號
PS7609 
課程識別碼
322 M5280 
班次
 
學分
2.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期四8,9(15:30~17:20) 
上課地點
社科研607 
備註
國際關係。
限碩士班以上
總人數上限:15人
外系人數限制:3人 
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http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1101PS7609_ 
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課程概述

這堂課是為碩博士班同學設計的區域化與區域研究專題,是希望透過演講丶討論和報告,打開同學們的視野,理解當前全球各地區域化和區域研究的最新發展。 

課程目標
如課堂說明 
課程要求
只開放碩博士。

方式:

1. 第一至三週由教授授課;
2. 第四週起:
甲、 由同學輪流進行導讀報告。每人二次。
碩士班:10-15分鐘/人次
博士班:30分鐘/人次
乙、 由同學們按進度閱讀指定出版品後在課堂上討論對話。
3. 學期中,我特別邀請五位國內最權威的區域研究學者,針對不同的區域和區域主義發展,加以剖析。他們是
甲、 嚴震生教授(非洲區域研究)
乙、 洪美蘭教授(歐亞區域研究)
丙、 張景安教授(中東區域研究)
丁、 徐遵慈(東南亞暨南亞區域研究)
戊、 Faban Fonseca(拉丁美洲區域研究)
我則會特別講解歐盟和亞太區域主義的發展。
4. 期中提出報告大綱;
5. 期末提出最後報告。
• Grading:
- Attendance 40%
- Midterm report 20%
- Final report 40% 
預期每週課後學習時數
 
Office Hours
另約時間 備註: 每週一Monday 10:00-12:00 (by appointment in class only) 
參考書目
Reference

IOs as actors in world politics

1. Jason Beckfield, “The Dual World Polity: Fragmentation and Integration in the Network of Intergovernmental Organizations”, Social Problems, 2008, Vol. 55, Issue 3, pp. 419–442.

2. Weiqing Song, “Regionalisation, inter-regional cooperation and global governance”, AEJ (2007) 5:67–82.

3. Michael N. Barnett and Martha Finnemore, “The Politics, Power, and Pathologies of International Organizations”, International Organizations, Vol. 53, No. 4, Autumn 1999, pp. 699–732.

UN system

4. Thomas Weiss et al., “The Third UN”, Global Governance, Vol, 15, No. 1, Jan-Mar 2009, pp. 123-143.

WTO system

5. David Zaring, “International Institutional Performance in Crisis”, Chicago Journal of International Law, Vol. 10, No. 2, Winter 2010, pp. 475-504.

6. Rise of regionalism

7. Diehl and Chou, “Passing the Buck in Conflict Management: The Role of Regional Organizations in the Post Cold War Era”, Brown Journal of World Affaris, Vol. 12, No. 2, Winter-Spring 2006, pp. 191-205.

8. Kim, “Sub-regionalism, Regionalism and Trans-regionalism”, Asia Europe Journal, No. 1, 2003, pp. 183-196.

9. Edward D. Mansfield and Helen V. Milne, “The New Wave of Regionalism”, International Organization, Vol. 53, No. 3 (Summer, 1999), pp. 589-627.

10. Michael Smith and Huaixian Xie, “The EU, China and The United States: Complex Interdependence and Bi-multilaterlaism in Commercial Relations”, EUROPEAN STUDIES , 27 (2009): 167-185.

Rise of Asian Regionalism (General Review)

11. Rodolfo C. Severino, “The emerging region of East Asia”, AEJ (2008) 5:447–454.

12. Timothy Webster, “Bilateral Regionalism: Paradoxes of East Asian Integration”, Berkley Journal of International Law, NO. 25, 2007, pp. 434-458.

13. Stephen Levine, “Asian Values and the Asia Pacific Community: Shared Interests and Common Concerns”, Politics & Policy, Vol. 35, No. 1 (2007): 102-135.

14. Christopher Dent, “Path Ahead of East Asian and Asia Pacific Regionalism”, International Affairs, July 1, 2013.

15. 13 Masahiro Kawai and Ganeshan Wignaraja, “Patterns of Free Trade Areas in Asia”, East West Center, Jan. 2013.

16. 14 James Parisot, “American Power, East Asian Regionalism and Emerging Powers: in or against empire?”, Third World Quarterly, Vol. 34, No. 7, 2013, pp 1159–1174,

17. Matheo Dian, “The US Rebalancing and the Process of Regionalization in the Asia-Pacific”, in Clementi M., Dian M., Pisciotta B. eds., US Foreign Policy in a Challenging World, Springer, 2018: 317-337.

Rise of Asian Regionalism (China’s role)

18. Ming Wan, “The Great Recession and China’s Policy toward Asian Regionalism”, Asian Survey, Vol. 50, NO. 3, 2010, pp. 520-38.

19. Yul Sohn, “Japan’s New Regionalism”, Asian Survey, Vol. 50, Number 3, 2010, pp. 497–519.

20. Bin Sheng, “Political Economy of the Asia-Pacific Free Trade Area: A Dilemma for China”, China & World Economy, Vol. 15, No. 5, 2007, pp. 38-49.

21. Claude Barfield, “The Dragon Stirs: China’s Trade Policy for Asia and the World”, Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, No. 24, 2007, pp. 93-119.

22. Ross H. Munro, “China’s relations with its neighbors”, International Journal, No. 61, 2005-2006, pp. 320-328.

23. Takashi Terada, “US Struggles in APEC's Trade Politics: Coalition-Building and Regional Integration in the Asia-Pacific”, International Negotiation, 18, 2013: 49-66.

Rise of Asian Regionalism (Institutions)

24. Keng Yong Ong, “One ASEAN: a partner for Europe”, AEJ (2008) 5:443–445

25. Hungdah Su, “Politics of differentiation: enhanced cooperation in the EU and the pathfinder in APEC”, Asia Europe Journal, 2007.

26. Arthur Stamoulis, “Trading Away the Future: An Analysis of the TPP”, New Labor Forum, 22(3), 2013: 30-37.

27. Binoy Kampmark, “Illiberal trade interests in TPP”, New Zealand
International Review, March 1, 2013: 5-10.

European Union: A model for regionalization?

28. Hungdah Su, European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century, Taipei: NTU Press, 2020.

29. Hungdah Su, “Asian Perceptions of Europe-Building in World Politics”, 2008.

30. Hungdah Su, “The Dynamics of Widening on Deepening of the European Union”, EURAMERICA, Vol. 35, No. 3 (September 2005), 501-545.

31. Hungdah Su, “Can Constitution Building Advance European Integration?”, European Integration, Vol. 26, No. 4, December 2004, 353-378.

European Union: a new regional and global power?

32. Hungdah SU, “Jean Monnet’s Great Design for Europe and its Criticism”, Journal of European Integration History, 2009, pp. 29-45.

33. Shapiro and Witney, Towards a Post American Europe: A Power Audit of EU-US Relations, Brussels: European Council of Foreign Relations, 2008. 75 pages.

NAFTA and Pan American Integration

34. Christopher M. Brunor, “Hemispheric Integration and Politics of Regionalism: The Free Trade Area of Americas (FTAA)”, Miami Inter-American Law Review, No. 33, 2002, pp. 1-33.

35. Mario E. Carranza, “Mercosur, the Free Trade Area of the Americas, and the Future of U.S. Hegemony in Latin America”, Fordham International Law Journal, No. 27, 2003-2004, pp. 1029-1065.

African regionalism

36. 27. Karin Bachinger and Johan Hough, “New Regionalism in Africa”, Africa Insight, 39(2), September 2009, pp. 43-60.

37. Richar Mukisa and Bankole Thompson, “Prerequisites for Economic Integration in Africa: An Analysis of the Abuja Treaty”, Africa Today, 42(4), 1995,

38. Alan Cobley, “Comparative Experiences with Regionalism: Southern Africa and the Caribbean”, Scandinavian Journal of Development Alternatives and Area Studies, 19(1), March 2000, 17 pages.

39. Ben K. Fred-Mensah, “Regional Integration in West Africa”, Developmental Policy, 7(1), September 2001, 4 pages.

40. John Habwe, “The Role of Kiswahili in the Integration of East Africa”, The Journal of Pan African Studies, 2(8), March 2009, pp. 1-10.

Regionalism in Middle East

41. Larbi Sadiki & Layla Saleh, “The GCC in Crisis: Explorations of ‘Normlessness’ in Gulf Regionalism”, June 2020: 1-16.

42. Marc Lynch & Amaney Jamal eds., Global Politics and the Middle East, Pomeps Studies 34, March 2019.

Russia and regionalism

43. Fyodor Lukyanov, “Russian Dilemmas in a Multipolar World”, Journal of International Affairs, 63(2), Spring/Summer 2010, pp. 19-33.

44. Dmitri Trenin, “Russian Reborn Reimagining Moscow’s Foreign Policy”, Foreign Affairs, 88(6), Nov.-Dec. 2009, pp. 64-78.

45. Martin C. Spechler and Dina R. Spechler, “Is Russia Succeeding in Central Asia?”, Orbis, 54(4), Fall 2010, pp. 615-29.

46. Ronald Grigor Suny, “Provisional Stabilities: The Politics of Identities in Post-Soviet Eurasia”, International Security, 24(3), Winter 1999/2000, pp. 139-78.

Other References

47. Alvarez, José E., 2006. International Organizations as Law-makers. New York:Oxford University Press.

48. Steffen Hertog , “THE GCC AND ARAB ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: A NEW PARADIGM”, MIDDLE EAST POLICY, VOL. XIV, NO. 1, SRING 2007.

49. Jack Landman Goldsmith, “International Law and Institutions in the Trump Era”, German Yearbook of International Law, 2019, 28 Jan 2019. https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3324582 
指定閱讀
I. Introduction
II. Area studies in International Relations studies
A. Frederik, “Old, New and Comparative Regionalism”, in Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism, Chapter 2, 2018.
B. Khosrowjah, Hossein. “A Brief History of Area Studies and International Studies”, Arab Studies Quarterly, Vol. 33, No. 3/4,
(Summer 2011): 131-142.
III. Regionalization, globalization and global governance
A. Christopher Dent, East Asian Regionalism, 2016. Chapter 8: Regionalism: A conceptual framework of analysis
B. Mario Telo, “Regionalism and Global Governance: regionalist studies as a challenge both to neorealism and neoliberalism”, chapter 3 in Still a Western World: Continuity and Change in Global Order, 2016.
C. Marcin Kaczmarski, “Non-western visions of regionalism: China’s New Silk Road and Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union”, International Affairs, 93 (6), November 2017: 1357–1376.
IV. Methodology of Area Studies
A. 蘇宏達,歐洲聯盟的歷史發展與理論辯論,台大出版中心,2014。上篇六章.
B. Amitav Acharya, “Foundations of Collective Action in Asia: Theory and Practice of Regional Cooperation”, in Giovanni Capannelli and Masahiro Kawai eds., The Political Economy of Asian Regionalism, Springer, 2014.
C. Magcamit, Michael. “Explaining the Three-way Linkage between Populism, Securitization, and Realist Foreign Policies: President Donald Trump and the Pursuit of "America First" Doctrine”, World Affairs, Vol. 180, Iss. 3,  (Fall 2017): 6-35.
V. Asian regionalization and regionalism I
A. Christopher Dent, East Asian Regionalism, 2016. Chapter 1: Introduction
B. Richard Baldwin and Masahiro Kawai, “Multilateralizing Asian Regionalism”, ADBI working paper, No. 431, August 2013.
VI. Asian regionalization and regionalism II
A. Christopher Dent, East Asian Regionalism, 2016. Chapter 5-7: finance, monetary, trade, energy and environment
VII. European regionalization and regionalism 1
A. Schuman Declaration on May 9, 1950.
B. Hungdah Su, in European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century, Taipei: NTU Press, 2020: Introduction and Conclusion.
C. Mary Anne Madeira, “The Politics of TTIP in the US: American Industry, Labor and Public Positions on Transatlantic Trade”, Asia Pacific Journal of EU Studies, 16 (1), summer 2018: 31-54.
VIII. European regionalization and regionalism 2
A. Philipp Genschel & Markus Jachtenfuchs, “More integration, less federation: the European integration of core state powers”, Journal of European Public Policy, 23 (1) 2016: 42-59.
B. 蘇宏達,論歐洲憲法的優越性,歐美研究。
C. 黃偉峰編,歐洲聯盟的組織與制度,台北:五南出版社,二版,2007。關於歐洲議會丶執委會和理事會三章。
IX. Eurasian regionalization and regionalism 1
A. Alexander Libman, “Russian Power Politics and the Eurasian Economic Union: Te Real and the Imagined”, Rising Powers Quarterly, 2 (1), 2017: 81-103.
B. Jeanne Wilson, “Russian Pursuit of Regional Hegemony”, Rising Powers Quarterly, 2 (1), 2017: 7-25.
X. Eurasian regionalization and regionalism 2
A. Andrey Makarychev, “Russia’s Engagement With Asia Pacific: International Socialization, Multipolarity and Regionalism”, Rising Powers Quarterly, 2 (1), 2017: 105-119.
B. Kazushige Kobayashi, “Whose Global Governance? Explaining the Evolution of Russia’s Approach to Global Governance, 1945-2016”, Rising Powers Quarterly, 2 (1), 2017: 183-209.
C. Ivaylo Gatev and Glenn Diesen, “Eurasian encounters: the Eurasian Economic Union and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation”, European Politics and Society, 17, 2016: 133-150.
XI. Pan American regionalization and regionalism 1
A. Option one
1. Deanna N. Grimstead, Jay Quade and Mary C. Stiner, North American Trajectory, Routledge, 2nd printing, 2017.
a. Chapter 1 (cultural economic and political change in N. America),
b. Chapter 3 (compatibility and change in the basic values of N. American peoples) and
c. Chapter 6 (support for a political union?).
B. Option two
1. Andrew Blair, “United States Manufacturing Direct Investment and Trade: The Case of Canada and Mexico under NAFTA and Earlier Trade Liberalization Measures”, Review on Economics and Finance, 7 (1) 2017
2. Scott Sinclair, Stuart Trew and Hadrian Mertins-Kirkwood, “Submission to Global Affairs Canada on the renegotiation and modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)”, policyalternatives.ca, 2017.
3. Mark Weisbrot et. al. “Did NAFTA Help Mexico? An Update After 23 Years”, Sanders Institute, March 2017.
XII. Pan American regionalization and regionalism 2
A. Melisa Deciancio, “International Relations from the South: A Regional Research Agenda for Global IR”, International Studies Review, 18, 2016: 106-119.
B. Lehmann K.E. “Is Regionalism Still a Viable Option for the Creation and Maintenance of Peace and Security in Latin America?” In: Suarez M., Villa R., Weiffen B. (eds) Power Dynamics and Regional Security in Latin America. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 London: 149-172.
XIII. African regionalization and Regionalism
A. Lorenzo Fioramonti and Frank Mattheis, “Is African Really Following Europe? An Integrated Framework for Comparative Regionalism”, Journal of Common Market Studies, 54(3), 2016: 674-690.
B. Richard Newfarmer, “From Small Market to Collective Action: Regional Public Goods in Africa”, in Antoni Estevadeordal and Louis W. Goodman eds, 21st Century Cooperation: Regional Public Goods, Global Governance and Sustainable Development, London: Routeldege, 2017
C. John Ravenhill, “Regional Integration in Africa: Theory and Practice”, in Daniel H. Levine and Dawn Nagar eds., Region-Building in Africa: Political and Economic Challenges, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, chapter 2: 37-52.
XIV. Regionalism and regionalism in Middle East
A. Larbi Sadiki, “Regionalism in Crisis: GCC Integration without Democracy”, The International Spectator, June 2020: 17-33
B. Louise Fawcett, “The Middle East in the International System: Improving, Understanding and Breaking Down the International Relations/Area Studies Divide”, in Clive Jones ed., The Politics of Change in the Middle East, 2017, Chapter 1: 7-29.
1. Bahgat Korany, “Analyzing Change in the Middle East: A Framework Revisited”, in Clive Jones ed., The Politics of Change in the Middle East, 2017, Chapter 2: 32-49.
C. Fahimeh Sardashti1 & Hamid Ahmadi, “The Surrounding Regions of Iran and the Regionalism in Foreign Policy of Islamic Republic of Iran”, Journal of Politics and Law, 9 (2), 2016:
1. (for reference only)
D. Giacomo Luciani, “The Political Economy of Change in MENA”, in Clive Jones ed., The Politics of Change in the Middle East, 2017, Chapter 2: 50-71.
E. Karim Mezran, “Political Change in North Africa after the Arab Spring”, in Clive Jones ed., The Politics of Change in the Middle East, 2017, Chapter 3: 72-91. 
評量方式
(僅供參考)
 
No.
項目
百分比
說明
1. 
Attendance  
40% 
 
2. 
Midterm report 
20% 
 
3. 
Final report  
40% 
 
 
課程進度
週次
日期
單元主題
第1週
9/23  開學前三週皆為實體上課

Introduction 
第2週
9/30  Area Studies, Regionalism and IR 
第3週
10/07  Regionalism and Globalization 
第4週
10/14  Methodology 
第5週
10/21  African regionalism (嚴震生老師演講) 
第6週
10/28  Middle East Regionalism (張景安老師演講) 
第7週
11/04  Asian regionalism 
第8週
11/11  Midterm Report 
第9週
11/18  Asian regionalism: ASEAN (徐遵慈老師演講) 
第10週
11/25  Eurasian regionalism (洪美蘭老師演講) 
第11週
12/02  Eurasian regionalism 
第12週
12/09  Regionalism in Americas (Faban Fonseca老師演講) 
第13週
12/16  Regionalism in EU 
第14週
12/23  Regionalism in EU 
第15週
12/30  Regionalism in Americas 
第16週
1/06  Final report 1 
第17週
1/13  Final report 2 
第18週
1/20  General Review