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Meet the demands of national development, and simultaneously seek breakthroughs in areas where local scholars enjoy comparative international advantage. We aim not only to compare Taiwan’s experience of democratic development with that of other emerging democracies in Asia, but also to place it within the broader context of all democratic countries. The IPSAS emblem is a Greek Ionian column that symbolizes Classic democracy. It also conveys our aspiration to be the bastion of academic freedom.

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2023 Second Session of Postdoctoral Scholar Program Is Open for ...

It is not necessary to send hard copies of application materials. All applications must be submitted to the Department of Academic Affairs and ...
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Welcome Dr. Tsung-han Tsai to join IPSAS.

Since August 1st, IPSAS has a new member. Dr. Tsung-han Tsai joined IPSAS as a tenured associate research fellow.
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2023 First Session of Postdoctoral Scholar Program Is Open for ...

It is not necessary to send hard copies of application materials.All applications must be submitted to the Department of Academic Affairs and...
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Congratulations to Dr. Nick Cheng-Nan Lin for receiving the 2022 Young Scholar Innovation Award.

Dr. Lin specializes in comparative political institutions, legislative behavior, party competition and electoral behavior.
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Congratulations on Dr. Chung-li Wu for receiving the 2021 Outstanding Scholar Award

Dr. Wu specializes in American politics, comparative politics, electoral studies, and...
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Politics is the commanding height of human societies. It carries particular significance in its function to integrate all the other social activities and make human social life possible. The curiosity and the study of politics have a long history, both in the East and West.

IPSAS Lecture Series

2023-01-31
Speaker : Prof. Ming-sho Ho (Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University)
Topic : Protest Cycle, Diasporic Activism, and Relational Tactics in a Decentralized Movement: The Lessons from Hong Kong’s Anti-extradition Protest
Place : IPSAS Conference Room A (5th floor, North, Building for Humanities and Social Sciences)、The Webex meeting room (Open a URL in a new tab)
Time : pm 2:00

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