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    Title: Las Relaciones Diplomáticas de la República Dominicana con Asia : Evolución del 2004 al 2012
    Other Titles: Diplomatic relations of the Dominican Republic with Asia : evolution from 2004 to 2012
    Authors: 安雅妮;Suarez, Audrys Yesenia Antigua
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 國際關係;外交政策;亞洲國家;多明尼加共和國;International Relations;Foreign policy;diplomacy;Diplomatic relations;Ties;Evolution;Asia;Exchange;Cooperation;Opening;Leonel Fernandez;Relaciones internacionales;Politica exterior;Diplomacia;Relaciones Diplomaticas;Vinculos;Evolucion;Intercambio;Cooperacion;Apertura;Leonel Fernandez
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:35:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 幾十年來,多明尼加共和國政府認為有必要與他國增進雙方關係,然而,其外交政策實際上是相當消極,僅在乎是否與其他地區國家建立關係、或維持原已建立的邦交關係;換言之,多明尼加共和國的外交關係發展,並未隨現代化及全球化而調整腳步。如此消極作為導致多明此國家在國際社會中自我封閉,直到二十世紀末才有所改善。


    For decades, the Dominican Republic took a passive foreign policy, in line with the ideology of its rulers, although some of them realized the need to strengthen ties with other nations, they were largely limited to establishing links with other countries in the region and some other nations that historically maintained traditional relations with the country, that is, external relations did not develop in a consistent manner according to modernization and globalization. This led to a self-isolation of the nation to the international community until the late twentieth century.
    Over the period from 2004 to 2012, international relations of the Dominican Republic were remarkably invigorated. Foreign policy formed a fundamental part of government programs, which under active diplomacy enabled to establish bilateral relations with many countries and strengthen the traditional ties of friendship and cooperation with existing ones as well as set the country to those processes that enable it effectively for integrating to issues of the global agenda.
    The objective of this paper is studying the factors that influenced on the evolution of these diplomatic relations, specifically with Asian countries, which were greatly potentiated the economic, commercial, cultural, technological and political exchange.
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