課程資訊
課程名稱
亞洲區域主義專題
Seminar on Asian Regionalism 
開課學期
110-2 
授課對象
社會科學院  政治學系  
授課教師
蘇宏達 
課號
PS5675 
課程識別碼
322 U1930 
班次
 
學分
2.0 
全/半年
半年 
必/選修
選修 
上課時間
星期四3,4(10:20~12:10) 
上課地點
社科研604 
備註
本課程以英語授課。國際關係。
限學士班三年級以上
總人數上限:30人 
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http://ceiba.ntu.edu.tw/1102PS5675_AR 
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課程概述

Dr. Su is now Jean Monnet Chair Professor at National Taiwan University and the Director General of the European Union Centre in Taiwan. He has also served as President of ECSA Taiwan (European Community Studies Association Taiwan) since January 2015 and the Dean of Social Sciences at NTU since August 2021. He is Member of Council of Jean Monnet Foundation for Europe since November 2003 and Member of European Academy of Science and Liberal Arts since May 2015. In 2017-2018, he was President of EUSA Asia-Pacific. He is also the editor of Book Series on EU Studies in Taiwan, Cross-Strait Book Series of European Studies and co-editor of Journal of Global Governance and Policy.

He got his Ph. D. of International History of University Paris-Sorbonne after he had obtained a Master of EC Law of University Pantheon-Sorbonne, a Master of Diplomacy and International Law of National Cheng-Chi University and a BA of National Taiwan University. His expertise is on the European Union Studies, Asian regionalism and transnational cooperation. His current research focuses on public diplomacy and Europe-Asian inter-regionalism.
 

課程目標
This seminar aims to equip students with knowledge of institutional and political dimensions of Asian regionalism and its role in world and regional politics. It is an English teaching seminar. 
課程要求
■ Grading:

For the master students

S/He will have to submit a semester report at the end of the semester after giving an oral report on it at the midterm exam week. The midterm report shall be the proposal of same subject. The semester report should be paper-styled with a list of reference, following the instructions for the author of the Taiwan Journal of Political Science, and is between 3500-4000 words typed with double space, including the reference. S/He shall present its semester report orally before submitting its written one. Each master student shall complete his/her report independently.

In class, each master student shall give an oral report of the assigned readings once or twice, dependent upon the number of the master students and the organization of class.

The composition of grading is as follows.

- Final report: 40% (including oral and written reports)
- Midterm report: 20% (oral report only)
- Attendance: 20%
- Oral report of assigned readings: 20%

For the senior undergraduate students:

Different from the master students who shall complete his/her semester report individually and independently, the undergraduate students will have to do it as teamwork. Each team is composed of 3 people in class, who will have to submit a semester report at the end of the semester after giving an oral report on it in the midterm exam week. The midterm report shall be the proposal of same subject. The semester report should be essay-styled with a list of reference but without any footnotes, and is between 2500-3000 words typed with double space, including the reference. S/He shall present its semester report orally before submitting its written one.

In class, each undergraduate student shall give a summary and critique of the assigned readings twice throughout the semester and each is of 300 words.

The composition of grading is as follows.

- Final report: 40% (including oral and written reports)
- Midterm report: 20% (oral report only)
- Attendance: 20%
- Two summaries and critiques of assigned readings: 20%


■ Important announcements

1. NOTICE ON PLAGIARISM (抄襲的問題)

I have witnessed an increase in academic dishonesty nowadays. Students who are caught copying work without referencing it will receive an automatic grade of 0 points. Even if you paraphrase material (use your own words) you must still provide page number/author. I am very serious about this and will not negotiate with students who are caught copying work.
現今在學術上不誠實的情形增加了。被發現未註明引用資料即抄襲他人作品的學生,必然獲得零分。即使以自己的用語改述他人作品,仍必須提供作者及其出處頁數。我對此非常嚴格,而且一旦發現有抄襲著作情形,將無任何討論餘地。
2. I will not sign up any request for withdrawal from class; therefore, please evaluate your time and work before choosing this seminar.
3. All announcements will be posted on the course website NTU Cool. Additionally, all information will be sent to NTU mailbox of all enrolled students. It is essential for students to check their NTU mailbox regularly.
4. Enrollment will be held irregularly. Poor presence will surely cast very negative impact upon the final grading. On the contrary, pro-active participation will be contributive to final grading.
5. Please obey the university and college rules, no food and drinking is allowed in class.
 
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參考書目
待補 
指定閱讀
- Hungdah Su, “How Can the EU Improve Global Governance in a Dilemma?”, in Hungdah Su, European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century, Taipei: NTU Press, 2020, pp. 123-150.

- Luk van Langenhove and Ivaylo Gatev, “Regionalization and Transregional Policies”, in Diane Stone and Kim Moloney eds., The Oxford Handbook of Global Policy and Transnational Administration, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, Chapter 16.

- Ponciano Intal, Jr, “East Asia’s transformation and regional architecture”, in Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland eds., Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, Sydney: Australian National University Press, 2019: 235-259.

- Minghui Shen, “Evaluation of regional economic integration in East Asia”, in Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland eds., Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, Sydney: Australian National University Press, 2019: 259-290.

- Rory Medcalf, “Reimagining Asia: From Asia-Pacific to Indo-Pacific”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 9-30.

- Hungdah Su, “Will Asian Regionalism Develop into a Union?”, in Su, ibis, 2020, pp. 363-396.

- Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland, “Asian economic integration: The state of play”, in Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland eds., Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, Sydney: Australian National University Press, 2019: 15-61.

- Wendy Dobson and Tom Westland, “Financial liberalisation and trade: An examination of moving up value chains in the Asia–Pacific region”, in Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland eds., Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, Sydney: Australian National University Press, 2019: 123-154.

- Miranda Priebe et. al., Implementing Restraint
Changes in U.S. Regional Security Policies to Operationalize a Realist Grand Strategy of Restraint, Chapter 3, RAND, January 2021.

- Joe Biden, Transcript: President Joe Biden’s Foreign Policy Speech at the State Department on February 4, 2021. https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/Transcript-President-Joe-Biden-delivers-foreign-policy-speech

- 'I want the world to hear today America is back .. diplomacy is back at the center of our foreign policy'

- Joseph S. Nye, Jr., “The rise and fall of American hegemony from Wilson to Trump”, International Affairs, Volume 95, Issue 1, 1 January 2019, Pages 63–80.

- Douglas H. Paal, “America’s Future in a Dynamic Asia”, working paper, CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL PEACE, January 2019.

- Jeffrey D. Wilson, “Rescaling to the Indo-Pacific: From Economic to Security-Driven Regionalism in Asia”, East Asia (2018) 35:177–196.

- Craig VanGrasstek, “The Trade Policy of the United States under the Trump Administration”, EUI Working Papers RSCAS 2019/11. http://cadmus.eui.eu/bitstream/handle/1814/60889/RSCAS_2019_11.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y

- Andrew O’Neil, “Less Geneva, More Jakarta: Assessing Australia’s Asia Pivot”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 261-278.

- Bobo Lo, “ONCE MORE WITH FEELING: RUSSIA AND THE ASIA-PACIFIC: How Moscow is rebooting the ‘turn to the East’ as part of its global strategy”, October 2019.
https://www.lowyinstitute.org/publications/once-more-feeling-russia-and-asia-pacific

- Alexander Libman, Anastassia V. Obydenkova, “Understanding Authoritarian Regionalism”, Journal of Democracy, Volume 29, Number 4, October 2018, pp. 151-165.

- Mateusz Danielewski, “The Russian Pivot to Asia – Russian Foreign Policy in the Asia-Pacific”, IPSA Virtual Congress on 10 February 2021.

- Helge Blakkisrud, “An Asian Pivot Starts at Home: The Russian Far East in Russian Regional Policy” and Tamara Troyakova, “Primorskii Krai and Russia’s ‘Turn to the East’: A Regional View”, in Helge Blakkisrud and Elana Wilson Rowe eds., Russia’s Turn to the East, London: Palgrave, 2018: 11-50.

Andreas Grimmel and Yuan Li, “The belt and road initiative: A hybrid model of Regionalism”, Working Papers on East Asian Studies, No. 122/2018, University of Duisburg-Essen, Institute of East Asian Studies IN-EAST.

- Lurong Chen, “Japan and China in a Two-Hub Formation of Regional Integration in East Asia”, in Howard Loewen and Anja Zorob eds., Initiatives of Regional Integration in Asia in Comparative Perspective, Dordrecht, NL: Springer, 2018: 23-42.

- Yunlin Zhang, China and Asian Regionalism, New Jersey etc.: World Scientific, 2010. Chapters 7, 12, or 14.

- Richard Bush, “Taiwan in Asia”, speech at Conference on Taiwan’s Elections, Cross-Strait Relations, and Taiwan’s Role in East Asia, a two-day event co-hosted by the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University and Boston University’s Center for the Study of Asia on 2 December 2018. Available on web of Brookings Institution. https://www.brookings.edu/on-the-record/taiwan-and-asia/

- Jiann-fa Yang, “The New Southbound Policy and Taiwan’s Living Space in the Regional Political-Economic Context”, Prospect Journal No.16, 2017.

- Tung-chieh Tsai and Tony Tai-ting Liu, “Cross-Strait Relations and Regional Integration: A Review of the Ma Ying-jeou Era (2008–2016)”, Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 46, 1, 2017, pp. 11–35

Sang-Chul Parka, Pawel Pasierbiak, “Japan’s Role in East Asian Economic Regionalism”, Institutions and Economies, Vol. 10, No. 2, April 2018, pp.121-145.

- Kuroyanagi Yoneji, “The US-China-Japan Triangle and the Concept of “ASEAN Centrality”: Myth or Reality?”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 143-158.

- Takashi Terada, “Northeast Asia’s Realism: Fated External Influences on Trilateral Economic Integration”, East Asian Community Review (2018) 1:49–59.

- Choong Yong Ahn, “Toward an East Asian Economic Community: Opportunities and Challenges”, in Peter Hayes and Chung-In Moon eds., The Future of East Asia, London: Palgrave, 2018: 131-164.

- Chung-In Moon, “Barriers to Community-Building in Northeast Asia: Geopolitics, Nationalism, and Domestic Politics”, in Peter Hayes and Chung-In Moon eds., The Future of East Asia, London: Palgrave, 2018: 267-308.

- Somkiat Tangkitvanich and Saowaruj Rattanakhamfu, “The ASEAN Economic Community and the East Asian agenda”, in Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland eds., Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, Sydney: Australian National University Press, 2019: 185-216.

- Joseph Chinyong Liow, “Can Indonesia Fulfill Its Aspirations to Regional Leadership?”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 175-188.

- Amitav Acharya, “Doomed by Dialogue: Will ASEAN Survive Great Power Rivalry in Asia?”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 77-94.

- Evelyn Goh, “ASEAN-Led Multilateralism and Regional Order: The Great Power Bargain Deficit”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 45-61.

- Dhiraj Nayyar, “India’s Asian trade strategy”, in Shiro Armstrong and Tom Westland eds., Asian Economic Integration in an Era of Global Uncertainty, Sydney: Australian National University Press, 2019: 217-234.

- Rahul Mishra, “From Look East to Act East: Transitions in India’s Eastward Engagement”, in G. Rozman, J.C. Liow (eds.), International Relations and Asia’s Southern Tier, Asian–Palgrave Macmillan Series, 2018: 321-342.

- Hungadh Su & Filip Grzegorzewski, “The Juncture of Asian Mediterranean: Taiwan’s role in the EU Strategy for Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific”, conference paper at the international conference on "The European Union and the Indo-Pacific in the Age of U.S.-China Global Competition: Perspectives from Central Europe and Taiwan” on 19 November 2021.

- Hungdah Su, “How Should the EU Respond to Asian Countries’ European Strategies?”, in Hungdah Su, European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century, Taipei: NTU Press, 2020, pp. 201-236.

- Hungdah Su, “EU Public Diplomacy in Asia”, in Hungdah Su, European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century, Taipei: NTU Press, 2020, pp. 2289-316.

- Hungdah Su, “EU’s Image in Asia after Brexit”, in Hungdah Su, European Dream and Reluctant Integration in the 21st Century, Taipei: NTU Press, 2020, pp. 317-362.

- Hungdah Su ed., Asian Countries’ Strategies towards the European Union in the Inter-regionalist Context, Taipei: NTU Press, 2015. 
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