Admission Session 2
CSS International Programs IDAS/IMAS/IMES Admission Information Session: Keys to Your Future Success

On Monday, December 17th, 2018, College of Social Science organized “CSS International Programs IDAS/IMAS/IMES Admission Information Session: Keys to Your Future Success” for introducing prospective students who want to study at NCCU and in Taiwan. The programs are International Doctoral Program in Asia-Pacific Studies (IDAS), International Master’s Program in Asia-Pacific Studies (IMAS), and International Master’s Program […]

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Canada’s Role in Indo-Pacific

On Tuesday, December 18th, 2018, International Doctoral Program in Asia-Pacific Studies (IDAS) with Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (CTOT) co-organized a talk in “Canada’s Role in Indo-Pacific”. We were honored from Mr. Michael McCulloch, Director of General Relations of CTOT, and Mr. Huy Nguyen, Deputy Director of General Relation of CTOT giving the talk on […]

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China’s political leadership and Taiwan-Comparing different approaches for cross-Strait relations in the 21st century

On 5th December, 2018, CSS organized a talk by Mr. Gustavo H. Feddersen who is in Taiwan under Taiwan Fellowship Programme. Mr. Feddersen talked about “China’s Political Leadership and Taiwan”, in this talk he tried to compare different approaches for cross-Strait relations in the 21st century between Taiwan and China. Mr. Feddersen talked about the […]

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Interviewing IDAS Alumni- Dr. Juan Martin Uriburu

Once again we got an opportunity to have a one-on-one conversation with Dr. Juan Martin Uriburu who graduated from IDAS (2014) and IMCS (presently known as IMAS; 2008). Dr. Uriburu was visiting Taipei as a guest speaker in Chihlee University of Technology speaking on China-Latin American Relations. Dr. Uriburu’s master thesis was about Chinese-Argentine relationship […]

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Human Visions of Non-human Future War?

How advances in digital and robotic technology are creating a new non-human notion of conflict and how such conflict could be perpetual. Predicting the future (of conflict) might be indeed a thankless task but predicting a future (of conflict) in which humans no have a role at battlefield any more might be even more thankless: […]

Security Dilemma or Normative Dilemma?

Conflicts among the Countries Involved with the North Korean Nuclear Crisis [alaya_dropcap]W[/alaya_dropcap]ith North Korea, South Korea, and the Trump administration making headlines recently about North Korea’s conciliatory efforts to establish better relations between itself and the rest of the world, it was with great honor that NCCU was able to have Dr. Ray Dongryul Kim […]