The Division of National Defense Strategies and Policies focuses on developing Taiwan’s national defense strategy and policy by analyzing the ever-changing international strategic environment. Our division explores military and security issues in East Asia and conducts systematic and evidence-based research. The core of our research lies in the military and security threats caused by the rise of China. We aim to put forward a concrete and feasible national security policy and defense strategy for Taiwan by analyzing experiences of the U.S., Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asian countries through a comparative lens.
|Paul An-Hao Huang||Assistant Research Fellow||23312360 ext. 702|
|Liang-Chih Evans Chen||Assistant Research Fellow||23312360 ext. 701|
|Yen-Hung Lin||Assistant Research Fellow||23312360 ext. 793|
|Catherine Kai-Ping Lin||Postdoctoral Fellow||23312360 ext. 703|
|Hsinbiao Jiang||Policy Analyst||23312360 ext. 794|