Facing with the increasingly complicated traditional and nontraditional factors that influence national security, INDSR established the Division of National Security Research to strengthen studies in related fields. Our mission is to foster interactions, exchanges, and dialogues with the government, domestic and international academic community and think tanks, and deliver research results and recommendations constructive and reference-worthy to the public and private sectors. Our research covers national security strategy, internal and external security environment, regional security studies, international law and law of war, non-traditional security threat, military operations other than war, disaster prevention and relief, mobilization and emergency response, and international humanitarian assistance.
|Che-chuan Lee||Associate Research Fellow||351||Ph.D. in International Studies, Dept of Political Science, University of South Carolina, USA|
|Jyun-Yi Lee||Associate Research Fellow||761||Ph.D. in International Relations, University of East Anglia, UK|
|Tsun-Yen Wang||Assistant Research Fellow||766||Ph.D. in International Relations, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan|
|Shiau-Shyang Liou||Associate Research Fellow||762||Ph.D. in International Relations, Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan|
|Hung-Chun Chen||Assistant Research Fellow||352||Ph D. in International Relations, Department of Political Science, Soochow University, Taiwan.|
|William Chih-Tung Chung||Postdoctoral Fellow||356||Ph.D in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, U.K.|
|Oddis Jung-Feng Tsai||Policy Analyst||354||M.A. in Diplomacy/Strategic Studies, Australian National University, Australi|