Introduction, Jean-Pierre Cabestan & Jacques deLisle Part I: Political Developments 1. Continuity in the 2012 Presidential and Legislative Elections, Nathan F. Batto 2. Taiwan's Party System in the Ma Ying-jeou Era, Dafydd Fell 3. The Role of the Legislative Yuan under Ma Ying-jeou: The Case of China-Policy Legislations and Agreements, Dai Shih-chan & Wu Chung-li Part II: Economy and Society 4. Taiwan's Economy in the Shadow of ECFA, Douglas Fuller 5. The Resurgence of Social Movements under the Ma Ying-jeou Government (2008-2012): A Political Opportunity Structure Perspective, Ho Ming-sho 6. Revisiting Identity Politics Under Ma Ying-jeou, Christopher R. Hughes Part III: The Relations Across the Taiwan Strait 7. Ma Ying-jeou's Rapprochement Policy: Cross-Strait Progress and Domestic Constraints, Liu Fu-kuo 8. Mainland China's Peaceful Development Strategy and Cross-Strait Relations, Chu Shulong Part IV: Security Issues 9. Better or Worse? Taiwan's Changing Security Environment, Gudrun Wacker 10. Taiwan's National Defense Transformation, Taiwan's Security and US-Taiwan Relations, Lin Cheng-yi Part V: International Relations and Status 11. US-Taiwan Relations Since 2008, Richard Bush 12 Japan-Taiwan Relations Since 2008: An Evolving Practical, not Strategic, Partnership, Ryo Sahashi 13. Taiwan in International Organizations, Sigrid Winkler 14. Taiwan and Soft Power: Contending with China and Seeking Security, Jacques deLisle
Jean-Pierre Cabestan is Head and Professor, Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University. Jacques deLisle is Stephen A. Cozen Professor of Law and Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania and also serves as the Director of the Center for East Asian Studies and Deputy Director of the Center for the Study of Contemporary China at the University of Pennsylvania, and Director, Asia Program, Foreign Policy Research Institute. .