Non-traditional security threats are diverse and transnational in terms of subjects, goals and means. INDSR established the Division of Non-traditional Security and Military Missions to counter these new challenges. In addition to cultivating knowledge on non-traditional security threats, our division also provides policy recommendations to deal with these new kinds of threats. Thereby, Taiwan’s military will be able to carry out both traditional missions such as psychological warfare, counter-terrorism, and disaster prevention, as well as any possible new types of missions. We are dedicated to enhancing the traditional military’s capabilities in non-traditional security matters, arranging meetings between and among government sectors.
|Tsun-Yen Wang||Assistant Research Fellow||ext. 766||Ph.D. in International Relations, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan|
|Jyun-Yi Lee||Associate Research Fellow||ext. 761||Ph.D. in International Relations, University of East Anglia, UK|
|Shiau-Shyang Liou||Assistant Research Fellow||ext. 762||Ph.D. in International Relations, Department of Diplomacy, National Chengchi University, Taiwan|
|Shu-Ting Liu||Policy Analyst||ext. 764||M.A. in East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University,Taiwan|