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    Title: East China Sea Peace Initiative: From Principle to Practice
    Authors: 黃介正
    Keywords: New Types of Major Powers Relationship;New Security Concept;Strategic Security Space;Fortress Defense;ECSPI 2.0
    Date: 2014-10
    Issue Date: 2016-10-12 02:16:03 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Prospect Foundation
    Abstract: Although standing firmly on the moral high ground in the matter
    of the East China Sea Peace Initiative, President Ma Ying-jeou still
    requires innovative ideas and persistency to be effective in implementing
    it as a result of Taiwan’s limited diplomatic strength and military
    capability. Practical operational principles should include: soft issues
    before hard ones, easy tasks before difficult ones, bilateral before
    multilateral dialogue, and non-governmental before official exchanges.
    The primary goal is to keep discussion of the East China Sea Peace
    Initiative alive and active, so as to enhance Taiwan’s visibility in
    regional and international arenas.
    Implementation of the East China Sea Peace Initiative should be
    seen as a long-term task involving patience, skill, determination,
    persistency, inclusiveness, and consistently well-calculated application
    of “smart” powers among all parties concerned in the region. Taiwan is committed to facilitating and contributing to regional peace and
    stability as expressed through the East China Sea Peace Initiative.
    Relation: A Bridge over Troubled Waters: Prospects for Peace in the South and East China Seas Page287-307
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute of International Affairs And Strategic Studies] Chapter

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