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    Title: La Dinámica Efectividad de Táiwan entre Proactividad y Reactividad ante un Orden Internacional
    Other Titles: Dynamic effectiveness of Taiwan between proactivity and reactivity to an international order
    Authors: 賈斯達;Cardozo, Gustavo Alejandro
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 台灣;中國;政治關係;貿易;相互依存;戰略關係;Taiwan;China;political relations;trade;interdependence;Strategic Relations;las relaciones politicas;comercio;interdependencia;relaciones estrategicas
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:35:19 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 台灣經濟代理人在亞太地區對於「生產網絡」之鞏固佔有著領導地位,該地區擁有二十一
    Taiwanese economic agents play a leading role in the consolidation of a "production network" in Asia Pacific, the region with the greatest global economic dynamics in the XXI century. But preferential trade agreements impose a new logic that requires consistent cooperation of the political and economic actors of each national entity.

    TAIWAN against the new configuration of Asia Pacific, analyzes the Taiwanese government attempts to guide the formal regional integration and exposes the different results due to political counterweight in the People''s Republic of China (PRC), and this has limited the ability of Taipei in modeling the economic integration in its regional environment immediately after its diplomatic objectives.

    This thesis shows how Taiwan''s international profile is affected, from the inside, by conflict between pro- and anti-Chinese factions bureaucratic; with emphasis on the influence of Beijing and highlighting the unequal relations in regional matter that holds disparate Taipei States, assuming the increased complexity of relations of this country in the vicinity of Southeast Asia as China''s influence increases significantly.
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