Professor, Department of Global Politics, Faculty of Law, Hosei University
She specializes in the People’s Republic of China’s diplomatic strategies and Cross-Taiwan Strait relations in the postwar years. She published her first book, The PRC’s Diplomacy and Taiwan: The Origin of the “One-China” Principle (Keio University Press, 2013), and was awarded the 25th special prize for Asia-Pacific studies in Japan.
Her most recent publication in English is “The Japan-Taiwan Relationship Under the Tsai Ing-wen Administration,” in Taiwan's Political Re-Alignment and Diplomatic Challenges (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).
She received her PhD and MA in media and governance from Keio University. Previously, she attended a doctoral course of the Graduate Institute of East Asian Studies, National Cheng-Chi University, as a Taiwan scholarship student.
Madoka Fukuda, “Kishida unlikely to change course on China and Taiwan,” East Asia Forum, 16 December 2021
Madoka Fukuda, "Xi Jinping’s ’Integrated Development’ Strategy across the Taiwan Strait, and the U.S. and Japan’s Response," JFIR Commentary, March 11, 2022.
Madoka Fukuda,“Recent Developments in Japan-Taiwan Relations,” Yuki Tatsumi and Pamela Kennedy eds., Japan-Taiwan Relations: Opportunities and Challenges, (The Stimson Center, 2021) pp.12-21
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