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    Title: U.S policy towards South China Sea disputes under the Obama administration
    Other Titles: 歐巴馬政府時期的美國南海政策
    Authors: 西蒙恩;Uatioa, Timon
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    李大中;Li, Da-Jung
    Keywords: 美國南海政策;歐巴馬政府時期;中國政策;U.S policy under Obama;South China Sea disputes;China's policy
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:56:40 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 這份報告主要是探討美國總統歐巴馬的南海策略。其中美國和中國是扮演著最關鍵的角色,而問題的主因是針對中國在南海地區與相鄰國家的領土爭議;這份報告會探討的是從過去到現在歐巴馬及中國的南海政策對兩國國際關係及南海地區的局勢的影響衝擊。
    This paper examines U.S foreign policy in South China Sea disputes under the Obama administration. The two major actors involved are the U.S and China together with littoral States in Asia whom together with China have territorial disputes in South China Sea. The paper generally examines and analyzes Obama policy towards the disputes together with China’s policy and how the former and the latter respective policies impact their bilateral relations and the situation (stability) of the region (South China Sea).
    The study shows that U.S policy in South China Sea of ‘neutral position’ remained ever since it introduced in 1975 until Obama came into office in 2009. However the study shows that eventually under the Obama administration different elements of the policy appear and the depth varies depending on the situation especially on China’s behavior.
    The study also shows that Obama policy though took a tough stance at times in the wake of Chinese aggression, Obama generally tend to be more cautious of the consequences that could disrupt and destroy mutual economic interest. Likewise China though continues with aggression as in their land reclamation, there are instances which show cooperation on their part. As such, this study suggests that U.S and China would not fight or militarily confront each other in South China Sea at least under the Obama administration. Minor conflict is expected at times as mentioned but would not escalate into military confrontation at least under the Obama administration.
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