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Books

Jonathan Spangler, Dean Karalekas, and Moises Lopes de Souza (eds.), Enterprises, Localities, People, and Policy in the South China Sea: Beneath the Surface, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

Chuing Prudence Chou and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), Cultural and Educational Exchanges in Rival Societies, Singapore: Springer, forthcoming.

Chuing Prudence Chou and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), Chinese Education Models in a Global Age, Singapore: Springer, 2016, <doi:10.1007/978-981-10-0330-1>.

Reports

Fu-Kuo Liu, Keyuan Zou, Shicun Wu, and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Post-Arbitration Policy Options and Future Prospects, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank/Taiwan Center for Security Studies, April 20, 2017.

Fu-Kuo Liu and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Legal Perspectives and International Responses to the Philippines v. China Arbitration Case, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank/Taiwan Center for Security Studies, January 29, 2016.

Jonathan Spangler, “Rapporteur’s Report: Common Themes from the ‘Workshop on Recent Developments in the South China Sea Arbitration and their Implications’,” Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank/Taiwan Center for Security Studies, October 7–8, 2015.

Chapters

—, “Undisputed Winners: The Benefits and Beneficiaries of the South China Sea Maritime Territorial Disputes,” in Jonathan Spangler, Dean Karalekas, and Moises Lopes de Souza (eds.), Enterprises, Localities, People, and Policy in the South China Sea: Beneath the Surface, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

—, “Post-Arbitration South China Sea: Taiwan’s Diplomatic Policy Options and Future Prospects,” in Fu-Kuo Liu, Keyuan Zou, Shicun Wu, and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Post-Arbitration Policy Options and Future Prospects, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank/Taiwan Center for Security Studies, April 20, 2017, pp. 125–141.

—, “South China Sea Policy Options in the Post-Arbitration Context,” in Fu-Kuo Liu, Keyuan Zou, Shicun Wu, and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Post-Arbitration Policy Options and Future Prospects, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank/Taiwan Center for Security Studies, April 20, 2017, pp. 7–19.

—, “Lessons for the South China Sea: Areas of Compatibility, Incompatibility, and Ambiguity,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Legal Perspectives and International Responses to the Philippines v. China Arbitration Case, January 29, 2016, pp. 159–167.

—, “Philippines v. China Arbitration Case: Taiwan’s Diplomatic and Security Responses,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Legal Perspectives and International Responses to the Philippines v. China Arbitration Case, January 29, 2016, pp. 127–137.

Jonathan Spangler and Olga Daksueva, “Philippines v. China Arbitration Case: Background, Legal Perspectives, and International Responses,” in Fu-Kuo Liu and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), South China Sea Lawfare: Legal Perspectives and International Responses to the Philippines v. China Arbitration Case, January 29, 2016, pp. 17–37.

Jonathan Spangler, “Chinese Education Models in a Global Age: Myth or Reality?,” in Chuing Prudence Chou and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), Chinese Education Models in a Global Age, Singapore: Springer, 2016, pp. 337–354, <doi:10.1007/978-981-10-0330-1_24>.

—, “Impacts of Online Education on Existing Education Models: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan,” in Chuing Prudence Chou and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), Chinese Education Models in a Global Age, Singapore: Springer, 2016, pp. 177–192, <doi:10.1007/978-981-10-0330-1_13>.

—, “The Evolution of Leadership Styles in the South China Sea: Contextual Factors and Shifting Approaches in China and the United States,” in Evan Berman and M. Shamsul Haque, Asian Leadership in Policy and Governance, Bingley: Emerald Group, 2015, pp. 159–185, <doi:10.1108/S2053-769720150000024007>

Journal Articles

Cheng-yi Lin and Jonathan Spangler, “China’s Diplomatic, Security, and Legal Perspectives on the South China Sea Disputes,” Prospect Journal 15, April 2016, pp. 57–84.

Mei-Shiu Chiu, Huei-Ming Yeh, and Jonathan Spangler, “Public constructs of energy values and behaviors in implementing Taiwan’s ‘energy-conservation /carbon-reduction’ declarations,” International Journal of Science Education 6(1), 2016, pp. 46–67, <doi:10.1080/21548455.2014.969357>.

Book Reviews

Jonathan Spangler, “Resource Management and Contested Territories in East Asia, by Ralf Emmers,” Journal of East Asian Studies 15(1), April 2015, pp. 153–155, <doi:10.1017/S1598240800004203>.

—, “The SSCI Syndrome in Higher Education: A Local or Global Phenomenon, by Chuing Prudence Chou,” Review of Higher Education 38(2), 2014, pp. 326–329, <doi:10.1353/rhe.2015.0011>.

—, “Taiwan Education at the Crossroad: When Globalization Meets Localization, by Chuing Prudence Chou and Gregory Ching,” History of Education 43(5), 2014, pp. 716–718, <doi:10.1080/0046760X.2014.913698>.

Analysis and Commentary

Jonathan Spangler and Guang-Chang Bian, “‘Three Unforeseens’: Alarmist (Mis)understandings of Cross-Strait Relations,” Strategic Vision, December 2016.

Richard Juichou Hu and Jonathan Spangler, “Three Ambiguities Driving Taiwan’s Defense Policy,” Strategic Vision, October 2016.

Jonathan Spangler, “Benefiting from the Taiwan Factor in the South China Sea: How Rival Claimants Can Take Advantage of the ROC’s Policy Approach,” Strategic Vision, August 2016.

—, “Taiping Island’s Hypothetical EEZ: Policy Options and Their Impacts on Taiwan’s Key Interests,” SSRN, April 20, 2016.

—, “Interview with Raul (Pete) Pedrozo: U.S. South China Sea Policy, Freedom of Navigation Operations, and Accession to UNCLOS,” Perspectives 15(9), 2015, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

—, “Interview with James Borton: Vietnamese Environmental Nationalism and the Campaign to ‘Save the East Sea’,” Perspectives 16(8), 2016, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

Olga Daksueva and Jonathan Spangler, “Commentary: President-Elect Tsai Ing-wen and the Future of Taiwan’s South China Sea Policy,” Perspectives 16(7), 2016, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

Jonathan Spangler, “Expert Views: Implications of U.S. Freedom of Navigation Operations in the South China Sea,” Perspectives 15(5), 2015, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

—, “Let’s Get Real about the South China Sea ‘Status Quo’,” Issue Briefings 15(9). Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

—, “Interview with James Borton: ‘Science Diplomacy’ as a Solution to the South China Sea Disputes?,” Perspectives 15(1), 2015, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

—, “Claimant and Non-Claimant Views on SLOCs and Freedom of Navigation,” Issue Briefings 15(7), 2015, Taipei: South China Sea Think Tank.

—, “Fear and Uncertainty: The Future of the Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement,” The Diplomat, March 27, 2014.

Conference Papers

—, “Taiwan’s Diplomatic Policy Options and Future Prospects in the Post-Arbitration South China Sea,” presented at the National Defense University/National Chengchi University Joint Conference, Taipei: National Defense University/National Chengchi University, December 16, 2016.

—, “Impacts of Online Education on Existing Education Models, Teachers, and Students: Empirical Evidence from Taiwan,” presented at the Higher Education Research Association (HERA) Conference, Seoul: Higher Education Research Association, October 15–17, 2014.

—, “Overcoming Inaction: Critical Pedagogy as Postmodern Feminist Action,” presented at the International Conference on Language and Communication (ICLC), Bangkok: National Institute of Development Administration, December 12–13, 2013.

Dissertations

—, Escalation and Deescalation in the South China Sea: Involvement, Equilibrium, and Conflict Prediction Using GDELT Event Data [working title], Taipei: National Chengchi University, forthcoming.

—, Intentions and Expectations versus Reality in Participatory Development: Case Studies from Peace Corps Ecuador, Ningbo: University of Nottingham Ningbo, China, November 21, 2009.