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    Title: 新現實主義下歐盟共同外交及安全政策之發展與前景
    Other Titles: The development and prospect of the common foreign and security policy of the European Union :
    Authors: 沈娟娟;Shen, Jiuan-Jiuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所博士班
    Keywords: 共同外交及安全政策;里斯本條約;歐洲安全;新現實主義;大西洋聯盟;CFSP;Lisbon Treaty;European security;Neo-realism;transatlantic alliance
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-04 09:18:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 馬斯垂克條約建立了共同外交及安全政策、將合作擴展至具有軍事意涵的安全議題上、以及後續的共同外交及安全政策相關的條約改革,都必須從特別的安全考量以及全面的政治背景檢視。國際政治環境-包括國際體系結構、跨大西洋兩岸的關係、以及整體的歐洲安全議題等-和歐洲統合運動的進程都對共同外交及安全政策產生相當大的影響。
    The creation of the Common Foreign and Security Policy in the Maastricht Treaty, the idea of expanding the cooperation to security issues with military meanings and the follow-up treaty reforms on CFSP must be viewed both against the specific security as well as the general political background. The international political environment -including the structure of the international system, the transatlantic relationship and European security issues as a whole- and the progress of European integration both have strong impact on the development of CFSP.
    This study will proceed through the lens of neo-realism. Neo-realism claims states will try to assure their security by maximizing power, but if doing so would risk undermining their security, they will only focus on security maximization and pursue milieu goals instead of possession goals. In anarchical self-help system, great powers have three main options: balancing, buckpassing and bandwagoning. After examining the historical, institutional and political background of the CFSP, this study find that EU member states’ cooperation in CFSP is more like a collective attempt at milieu shaping, seeking to maximize their security through the flexible uses of balancing, buckpassing and bandwagoning strategies. This study also find that the member states’ political wills to prevent the CFSP from being best equipped may be an important reason why CFSP has progressed poorly.
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