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The Program

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Global Outlook

 
T0831 Current International Politics (2): This course focuses on international relations. It consists of two main elements: an introduction to the major global agents in various regions and an analysis of international trends of globalization and regionalism.
 
T0833 Global Environmental Protection (2): This course focuses on the following topics:
Part 1: General environmental topics such as energy sources, global warming /climate change.
Part 2: Pollution and protection in Asia, America, Europe, Australia, and Africa.
Part 3: Sustainable development and major environmental treaties.
 
T0834 The EU and Its Integration (2): This course introduces the creation and historical evolution of the European Union. Its primary goal is to provide a broad understanding of the EU’s past, present and future. Made up of several EU-related themes, the course describes how the EU operates as well as its achievements in public policy.
 
T0835 Globalization of Culture (2): One of the goals of this course is to develop students’ multi-cultural awareness. This is achieved through comparisons of cross-strait culture and education. Another course objective is to provide students with the knowledge necessary to interact with people of various cultures.
 
T0837 East Asia and World Affairs (2): In the 1980s, East Asia emerged on the world scene as a powerful economic entity. Ever since, it has been working hard to achieve greater economic prosperity, political stability and environmental security. The goal of this course is to explore present-day East Asia as it moves toward the formation of a united Asian community.
 
T0838 China’s Rise: Building a Harmonious World (2): This course explores the status quo, problems, and prospects associated with Taiwan/China relations in the context of today’s rapidly changing global system.
 
T0839 Economic Globalization (2): This course explores how politics have been used to shape the economic system. It presents a comprehensive discussion on how economic globalization works (including foreign trade, multinational direct foreign investment, movement of short-term portfolio funds, technological diffusion, and cross-border migration) and how it can be improved.
 
T0840 The America Today (2): The course aims to provide a panorama of the American political, economic development and social change. The course is designed to present an overview of region's development, and then is followed by an introduction of the current development of key countries in the region. In addition, current regional issues are highlighted in order to facilitate further discussion. The course aims to enhance students’ understanding of the continent and further cultivate their interests toward the American issue.
 
T0841 International Non-governmental Organizations (2): This course aims to explore how civil societies build democratic governments. One of the objectives of INGOs is to show their dissatisfaction with the state and government and to build a tight knit global society.
 
T2899 Jean Monnet Module the EU and Its Integration (2): This course provides an introduction of the European Union. It presents different theoretical perspectives and case studies to engender an appreciation of the complexity of European Integration. Included are not only the historical evolution of internal politics and political-economics but also contemporary issues of EU commercial policy, economic rivalry, and multilateral cooperation for the management of globalization.
 
T0536 Problems of World Human Rights (2): This course will introduce the development of the human rights of three generations. Besides it will deal with three issues of the most importance, namely distributive justice, multicultural society and transitional justice. The impact of globalization on the above mentioned three issues will be emphasized. The course will introduce the international institutions protecting human rights too. Finally the intervention based on the human rights will be examined.
 
T2943 Strategic Position of Taiwan (2): the course (1) informs students about Taiwan's relative position in the region and the world; (2) promotes an understanding of Taiwan through industrialization, globalization, democratization; (3) explores Taiwan's strategic position in various perspectives; and (4) analyzes Taiwan's strategic position through wargame.
 
 
 

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