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    Title: 亞洲再平衡 : 美國歐巴馬政府的亞太戰略
    Other Titles: U.S. Asia-Pacific strategy of the Obama administration
    Authors: 洪銘煒;Hong, Ming-Wei
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    黃介正;Huang, Alexander C.
    Keywords: 美國亞太戰略;歐巴馬主義;轉向亞洲;再平衡;U.S. Asia-Pacific Strategy;Obama Doctrine;Pivot or Rebalance to Asia
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-01 13:42:06 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要描述歐巴馬政府的亞太政策,特別是「再平衡」或「重
    2012 年美國已經進行了一些具體的新軍事輪調與部署,以及積極
    This paper describes the Obama administration’s Asia-pacific policy, and focus on
    the " rebalance" or “pivot” in U.S. relations with the Asia-Pacific region. And to
    analyze the elements of domestic and foreign policy, which is the main avenues of the
    research and issues background.
    Because the story of the rebalance is not a process of U.S. disengage from Asia
    and then re-engage. Instead, it is a matter of emphasis and prioritizing, building on a
    foundation of U.S.-Asia relations that was already in place . The second chapter
    discusses the development of the U.S. Asia-Pacific policy before and after the Cold
    War . After the Obama administration ''s strategy for resolving the Middle East , as
    well as to pivot to Asia or rebalance .
    The third chapter reviews about foreign policy reforms since the Obama’s
    presidency ,and then in the fourth chapter discusses rebalance strategy. The fifth and
    sixth two chapters explore under the rebalancing, the diplomatic, economic, and
    security policy.
    The United States emphasized the relations with traditional allies in Asia , and
    followed by engaging with the regional powers , Southeast Asian states and regional
    multilateral institutions. the Obama administration’s goes are: the revitalization of the
    economy and the use of smart power .
    In 2012, The United States has announced new rotations or deployments of
    troops, and has actively promoted the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership
    Agreement negotiations. Both supporting the rebalancing strategy
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