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-1990年代以來日本重新調整危機事件處理機制之分析楊鈞池
-2000年後亞太區域架構的發展與演變:兼論對臺灣的政治經濟意涵江啟臣
-2003年美國亞太戰略對臺海安全環境之影響周力行
-(2050中國第一?:權力轉移理論下美中台關係之迷思:p243-p273)整合與競爭:從國際經濟角度看兩岸經貿發展歷程與權力位階變化蔡東杰-
-911事件改變布希政府之中國政策:事實或迷思?張子揚
-Analysis on Policies of China's Energy DiplomacyChuang, Tsung-Shu; 莊淙澍
-(Asia-Pacific Forum, 36:063-111)Potential Marine Pollution Threat from Oil and Gas Development Activities in the Disputes South China Sea/Spratly Area: A Role for TaiwanYann-huei Song-
-China's Interest in the ArticYann-huei Song-
-China's Interest in the ArticYann-huei Song-
-(Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 20:001-025)The M/V Amorgos Oil Spill Incident: Liability for Pollution Damages, Taiwan's Compensation Claims, and the Law AppliedYann-huei Song-
-(Chinese Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 19:001-015)The EP-3 Collision Incident, International Law and Its Implications for the U.S.-China RelationsYann-huei Song-
-Confrontation between Asia-Pacificism and East-Asianism: ASEAN+8Liao, Shun-Yo; 廖舜右
-Cross-strait interactions on the South China Sea issues:a need for CBMsYann-huei Song-
-Declarations and Statements with Respect to the 1982 UNCLOS: Potential Legal Disputes between the United States and China after U.S. Accession to the ConventionYann-huei Song-
-The Development of East Asian Illiberal Democracy: A Critical View蔡東杰-
-The Efforts of ICCAT to Combat IUU Fishing: Japan's Push and Taiwan's Response in Conserving and Managing Tuna ResourcesYann-huei Song-
-The Efforts of ICCAT to Combat IUU Fishing: Japan's Push and Taiwan's Response in Conserving and Managing Tuna ResourcesYann-huei Song-
-The Efforts of ICCAT to Combat IUU Fishing: The roles of Japan and Taiwan in Conserving and Managing Tuna ResourcesYann-huei Song-
-From the Periphery to the Core: China's "Big Power Diplomacy" and its Influences蔡東杰-
-The Future of Cross-Strait Relations: Democratic Peace or Power Politics?蔡東杰-