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    Title: Impacto de la Diplomacia Pública en las Relaciones Informales de Taiwán
    Other Titles: 臺灣公共外交對其非正式關係之影響
    Impact of Taiwan's informal public diplomacy
    Authors: 馬聖迪;Eugenio, Matos G.
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所數位學習碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 公共外交;台灣;中華民國;非正式關係;中國;Public Diplomacy;Taiwan;Republic of China;informal relations;People's Republic of China;Diplomacia Pública;Taiwán;República de China;relaciones informales;República Popular de China
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-25 00:00:49 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 傳統外交,又稱為正統外交,是政府間談判之藝術,一直到上個世紀終,為外交人員之專屬職業。時至今日,當代外交,又稱為現代外交,則更為民主與開放,亦被稱為公共外交。後者允許非政府組織、民間社會團體及其他非國家行為者參與外交政策以影響國際公共意見。公共外交一直到近期才成為位於台北之外交部(MOFA)專業的一部份。其公共外交包括五大策略:國際援助、促進和平、技術交流和發展、推廣中華文化及各種文化交流計畫。

    Traditional Diplomacy, also called Classical Diplomacy, is the art of negotiating amongst governments. During most part of the last century, it was a task reserved exclusively for diplomatic agents. Nowadays, contemporary diplomacy, also known as Public Diplomacy, is much more democratic. The latter allows NGOs, civil society groups and other non-state actors to contribute to foreign policy in order to influence international public opinion. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Taipei has become a specialist in this new Public Diplomacy, dividing it into five strategic pillars: international aid; the promotion of peace; technological exchanges and development; the advancement of Chinese culture and various cultural exchange programmes.
    Taiwan has developed the practice of ‘Substantive Diplomacy’, which refers to an informal means of conducting international relations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs created its first Public Diplomacy Bureau to help deal with Taiwan’s international isolation caused mainly by the “Only One China” doctrine. With twenty-two diplomatic allies, Taiwan is using Public Diplomacy to fill the void left by embassies closed overseas from 1972 onwards. There are a number of countries, including Argentina, Canada and the Netherlands, where Taiwan has established commercial and cultural offices despite not having an embassy. Our interviews with distinguished individuals contribute key data to this thesis. The diplomatic work of other countries provides great opportunities in terms of Public Diplomacy for Taiwan. Archives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina offer a clear insight into the People’s Republic of China’s first incursions into Argentina from the 1950s, when Argentina and Taiwan still enjoyed diplomatic ties. Triangular Public Diplomacy is an option available to Taiwan’s informal agents.
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