Wilson Center Projects
The U.S. Strategic Rebalance and the Prospects for U.S.-Taiwan Relations
Yeh-Chung Lu is assistant professor of the Department of Diplomacy in National Cheng-chi University (NCCU), Taipei, Taiwan, ROC. Dr. Lu focuses on US-China relations, and American and Chinese foreign policy. His research interests include IR theory, international security issues, international institutions, globalization, and nationalism. His publications appeared in scholarly journals as Wenti yu Yanjiu, Journal of Contemporary China, New Asia, and edited books. In addition to teaching and research, Dr. Lu provides his views to several ministries in Taiwan from time to time, including Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of National Defense, and the Mainland Affairs Council, etc. Dr. Lu is now in charge of a project commissioned by the Mainland Affairs Council. His opinions also appear on public media at home and abroad. Dr. Lu received his doctoral degree in Political Science from George Washington University, Washington, DC, U.S.A., and B.A. and M.A. in diplomacy from NCCU in Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.
"Gone with the Wind? Strategic Distrust and U.S.-China Relations,” Defense Security Brief, Vol. 3, Issue 1 (Jan 2013) (issued by Ministry of National defense of ROC) (Co-authored with Szu-hua Chen)
"The Global Financial Crisis and Its Impact on Neo-liberal Institutionalism: The Case of Six-Party Talks," Global Political Review, No.40 (Oct 2012), pp.45-66.
"Gulliver in Lilliput: China's Rise and Its Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region,” New Asia, Vol.17, No.3 (Oct 2010), pp.37-55.