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    Title: 小國外交政策分析 : 巴基斯坦對中國外交政策,1998~2008
    Other Titles: Foreign policy of small states : a case study of Pakistan's foreign policy toward China, 1998~2008
    Authors: 許志遠;Hsu, Chih-yuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國大陸研究所碩士班
    Keywords: 巴基斯坦;巴中關係;小國外交政策;穆夏拉夫;Pakistan;Pakistan-China relations;foreign policy of small states;Musharraf
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:31:23 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本篇論文將巴基斯坦對中國外交政策定義為小國外交,並且套用小國外交理論分析並解釋巴基斯坦的外交政策行為。



    This thesis defines the Pakistan’s diplomatic policy as “foreign policy of small states,” and chooses the theory of foreign policy of small states to analyze and elucidate Pakistan’s foreign policy behaviors.

    Pakistan, given her geopolitical importance, occupies a crucial position in South Asia. Yet as a small state, when dealing with neighboring big states such as China and India, she has to put all international factors into consideration and keep making adjustment along with time as well. Sometimes small state would use her relations with big state as leverage to obtain diplomatic gains; sometimes the tail small states also wag the dog big states. This makes the study of small state foreign policy an interesting one. Analyzing Pakistan-China relations from the Pakistani angle rather than from the Chinese perspective therefore provided us with a new deep insight.

    This thesis is divided into three parts: The first part is about Pakistan’s foreign policy in general and her policy toward China in particular. Pakistan’s foreign policy environment and the changes and continuities in her foreign policy were discussed. Part two is the answer to the research topics, and the third part is final reflection on the theories of small state foreign policies.

    This thesis concludes that Pakistan’s policy toward China not only satisfied her domestic needs for economic developments, but also provided here with some diplomatic leverages to uplift her international status. It is a successful foreign policy.
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