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|Other Titles: ||The present and future of the Republic of China Armed Forces in foreign military operations other than war|
|Authors: ||蘇尹崧;Su, Yin-Sung|
|Keywords: ||國軍;非戰爭軍事行動;the Republic of China Armed Forces;Military Operations other than War|
|Issue Date: ||2017-08-24 23:56:25 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: || 冷戰結束後由於全球化現象發展以及大規模軍事衝突發生機率降低，使非傳統安全問題日漸受到重視；而在這些環境因素的影響下，許多國家的武裝力量開始進行轉型，非戰爭軍事行動的概念也逐漸被世界各國接受與利用。本研究主要是探討國軍於後冷戰時期執行海外非戰爭軍事行動的現狀，與未來的發展方向。|
Non-traditional security threats have been taken more seriously after the cold war because of the proliferation of globalization and the reduction of extensive military conflicts. Affected by that and other factors of the time, Armed Forces in many counties began to transform, the concept of Military Operations other than War therefore became more practical and acceptable. This research aims to discuss and understand the background and status of the Foreign Military Operations other than War from the Republic of China Armed Forces after the cold war, to achieve a better future guide.
The fading of ideology after the cold war was one of the main reasons that makes our government conservative in implementing Foreign Military Operations other than War. However, we do have the capabilities to carry out most of those operations, which could not only response to the non-traditional security threats, but also to promote organization reformation and cultivate national soft power. Moreover, we could spill the experiences from those co-working operations to other diplomatic matters, which might help us to break through the diplomatic suppressions from China.
After studying and comparing the key studies in the subject for both theoretically and implementing, we found out that for what we have done in Foreign Military Operations other than War is more about promoting national image but rarely about declaring national sovereignty, the structures of related laws and procedures are incomplete, and the self-narrowed policies and the outdated equipment also affect the results of operations. Therefore, we recommend the government to address more active and comprehensive policies, to improve laws and procedures, and to renew the equipment.
Finally, we compared requirements for the operations of Foreign Military Operations other than War with the current status we held, and found out that except for the operations we have done before like helping to deliver emergency aids, allowed noncombatant evacuation operations and military exercises in the high sea, we should participate in protective humanitarian actions, performing bilateral or multilateral exercises associated with Military Operations other than War, ensuring freedom of navigation and overflight, mine clearance operations and counter-piracy operations.
|Appears in Collections:||[國際事務與戰略研究所] 學位論文|
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