China Policy Institute


Taiwan related publications by members

  • TSANG, S. (2012) The Vitality of Taiwan: Politics, Economics Society and Culture (ed.) (Basingstoke & New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012)
  • TSANG, S. (2012) "The U.S. Military and American Commitment to Taiwan's Security". The Asian Survey, vol.52, no.4, July/August 2012, 777-797.
  • TSANG, S. (2012) "Ma Ying-jeou’s re-election: implications for Taiwan and East Asia", Pacific Review, vol.25, no.3, July 2012, 387-401
  • Sullivan, J. (2015) "Taiwanese Democracy". Oxford Bibliographies in Chinese Studies, Tim Wright ed., New York: Oxford University Press.
  • SULLIVAN, J. and SAPIR, E. (2013) Strategic cross-Strait discourse: Comparing three presidential terms. China Information 27(1): 11-30.
  • SULLIVAN, J. (2013) "Electronic resources in the study of elite political behaviour in Taiwan". The China Quarterly 213: 172-188.
  • SULLIVAN, J. (2013) "Taiwan's 2012 presidential election". Political Studies Review 11(1): 65-74.
  • SULLIVAN, J. and SAPIR, E. (2012) "Ma Ying-jeou's presidential discourse". Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 41 (3): 33-68.
  • SULLIVAN, J. and SAPIR, E. (2012) "Nasty or nice? Explaining positive and negative campaigning in Taiwan". The China Journal, 67: 149-68.
  • SULLIVAN, J. (2012) "External engagement in Taiwan studies". Issues and Studies 48(2): 195-215.
  • SULLIVAN, J. and SAPIR, E. (2012) "Modeling negative campaign advertising: Evidence from Taiwan". Asian Journal of Communication 64(1): 289-303.
  • SULLIVAN, J. (2012) Election campaigning since the martial law era. In D. Blundell (ed.) Taiwan Since Martial Law: Economics, Politics, Society. (Taipei: National Taiwan University Press): 348-74.
  • SULLIVAN, J. (2011) "Is Taiwan Studies in decline?" The China Quarterly 207: 706-18.
  • SULLIVAN, J. (2011) "Trying to make a connection: Bloggers in the Legislative Yuan". American Journal of Chinese Studies, 18(2): 81-96.
  • SULLIVAN, J. and SEILER-HOLNER, G. (2011) "Mapping the Taiwan studies field". Issues and Studies, 47(3): 1-28.
  • SULLIVAN, J. and CHEON, S. (2011) "Reconnecting representatives in two East Asian democracies". East Asia, 28(1): 21-36.
  • SULLIVAN, J., LI, Y. T., JAMES, P. and DRURY, A. C. (2011) "An Exchange on Diversionary Dragons, or 'Talking Tough in Taipei'". Journal of East Asian Studies 11(1): 137-52.
  • TAYLOR, J.E. and HUANG, G.C., (2012) "Deep changes in interpretive currents?: Chiang Kai-shek studies in the post-Cold War era". International Journal of Asian Studies. 9(1), 99-12
  • TAYLOR, J.E. (2011) Rethinking transnational Chinese cinemas: the Amoy-dialect film industry in cold war Asia (Routledge).
  • LEE, C.Y. (2011) Taiwanese Businesses or Chinese Security Asset (London: Routledge)
  • LEE, C.Y. (2013) "A New Era for Studies on Cross-Strait Relations: Introduction", China Information, 27(1):3-9.
  • LEE, C.Y. (2013) 'Social Dimensions of Changing Cross-Strait Relationship', in Richard Weixing Hu (ed.), New Dynamics in Cross-Taiwan Straits Relations: How Far Can the Rapprochement Go? (London: Routledge), pp. 190-203.
  • LEE, C.Y. (2011), "The Political Views of Chinese Businessmen in China: Blue, Green, or Red?" in Cal Clark (ed.), The Changing Dynamics of the Relations among China, Taiwan, and the United States, (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing), pp.191-214.
  • RAWNSLEY, G. (2012) "Approaches to soft power and public diplomacy in China and Taiwan". Journal of International Communication. 18(2): 121-135.
  • RAWNSLEY, G. and Qian GONG (2012) "The Media and the Vitality of Democratic Taiwan: A Study of How Journalists and Politicians See Themselves and Each Other", in Steve Tsang (ed.), The Vitality of Taiwan (Palgrave Macmillan), pp.98-117.
  • RAWNSLEY, G. and M.Y. RAWNSLEY (2012) 'The Media in Democratic Taiwan', in David Blundell (ed.), Taiwan Since Martial Law (University of California Press), pp.395-418. 
  • Rawnsley, M.Y. (2015) "Bridging Taiwan and the World: Transdisciplinarity and Science Communications". Framing Transdisciplinarity: Bridging Sciences and Humanities, Ming-yeh T. Rawnsley, Jwu-ting Chen, Ji-mao Wang and Kung-pei Tang eds., Taipei: Ministry of Education and National Taiwan University Press, 1–18.
  • Rawnsley, M.Y. (2015) "Ang Lee". Directory of World Cinema: China 2, Gary Bettinson ed., London: Intellect, 87–91.
  • Rawnsley, M.Y. (2015) "Dust in the Wind". Gary Bettinson (ed.), Directory of World Cinema: China 2, Gary Bettinson ed., London: Intellect, 173–175.
  • Rawnsley, M.Y. (2014) "The Impacts of Changing Ruling Parties in the Twenty-First Century". In Journal of Current Chinese Affairs, 43(3), 3-12.
  • Rawnsley, M.Y. (co-authored with Chien-San Feng) (2014) "Anti–Media-Monopoly Policies and Further Democratisation in Taiwan". Journal of Current Chinese Affairs 43(3), 105-128. 
  • RAWNSLEY, M.Y. 'Stars as Production and Consumption: A Case Study of Brigitte Lin', in Leung Wing-Fai and Andy Willis (ed.), East Asian Film Stars (Lonson: Macmillan, forthcoming)
  • RAWNSLEY, M.Y. (2014) '"Korean Wave" in Taiwan: Cultural Representation of Identities and Food in Korean TV Drama, Daw Jang Geum', in Jeongmee Kim (ed.), Reading Asian Television Drama: Crossing Borders and Breaking Boundaries (London: IB Tauris), pp. 213-234
  • RAWNSLEY, M.Y., (2013), 'Taiwanese-Language Cinema: State versus Market, National versus Transnational', Oriental Archive 81, pp437-458
  • RAWNSLEY, M.Y. 'Cinema Identity and Resistance: Comparative Perspectives on A City of Sadness and The Wind that Shakes the Barley', LSE Journal Taiwan in Compaprative Perspective vol.4, December 2012, pp89-107
  • RAWNSLEY, M.Y. (2012), 'Documentary in Taiwan', in Gary Bettinson (ed.), Directory of World Cinema: China (London: Intellect)
  • RAWNSLEY, M.Y. (2011), 'Cinema, Historiography and Identities in Taiwan Cinema: Hou Hsiao-Hsien's A City of Sadness', Asian Cinema Journal 22 (2) pp. 196-213


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