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Books

Jonathan Spangler, Dean Karalekas, and Moises Lopes de Souza (eds.), Beneath the Surface: Enterprises, Localities, People, and Policy in the South China Sea [working title], forthcoming.

Chuing Prudence Chou and Jonathan Spangler (eds.), Cultural and Educational Exchanges in Rival Societies, 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 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. http://scstt.org/reports/2016/525/

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

—, “Philippines v. China Arbitration: Taiwan’s Diplomatic Policy Options and Future Prospects,” in Fu-Kuo Liu, Keyuan Zou, 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, forthcoming.

—, “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, “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

—, “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: Effects of U.S. and Chinese 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.