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    Title: 1969年中蘇邊界衝突之研究
    Other Titles: 1969 Sino-Soviet border conflict study
    Authors: 游國良;You, Kuo-liang
    Contributors: 淡江大學俄羅斯研究所碩士班
    彼薩列夫;Pisarev, Alexander
    Keywords: 中蘇;達曼斯基;珍寶島;邊界衝突;國際衝突理論;Sino-Soviet;Damanski;Zhenbao;border conflict;International conflict theory
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:35:43 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文主要在探討1969年中蘇邊界衝突的起因、過程和影響。試圖找尋為何中蘇意識形態衝突,升高到邊界問題上;而1969年邊界上怎會發生軍事衝突?引發衝突發動者動機目的又是為何?中蘇雙方如何化解開戰的危機。對此中蘇邊界軍事衝突,台灣和美國有何觀點?對於中美蘇關係造成怎樣的影響?

    Focused on the border conflict between Communist China and Soviet Union in 1969, this thesis attempts to explore its causes, process, and influences. The exploration is grounded on the research of how the ideological conflict between the two countries had escalated into the border dispute and what were the motives for triggering the conflict from both sides. Besides, Taiwan’s and American’s perspectives on the Sino-Soviet border conflicts and their influences on the Sino-Soviet interrelationship were analyzed.

    Thesis is divided into six chapters in accordance with the historical process and its subsequent events. The first Chapter begins with an introduction of research structure, related theories, and terminological definitions. The review of previous literature on the subject and their perspectives is discussed in the second chapter. In the third chapter, the disputes between the past Ching dynasty and Czar’s regime as well as later R.O.C. and Soviet Union are briefly introduced. The following Chapter Four investigates the process of Zhen-Bao-Dao military conflict, the motives behind the conflict, and Zhen-Bao-Dao’s sovereignty dispute. The fifth chapter examines the process of Sino-Soviet border negotiations, Taiwan’s and American’s perspectives on the border conflict, and their influences over them. Through theoretical analysis, the research results are explained in the sixth chapter.
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