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    Title: 中國參與國際機制之研究:以京都議定書為例
    Other Titles: China's Participation In International Mechanisms: Case Study of Kyoto Protocol
    Authors: 黃博暉;Huang, Po-huei
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    翁明賢;Wong, Ming-hsien
    Keywords: 國際機制;多邊主義;International Regimes;Multilateralism
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:37:57 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國在改革開放之後, 綜合國力逐漸增加,並逐步的參與國際機制的運作,其發現目前國際機制及規則大多由已開發國家所制定,對於中國這類崛起中的開發中大國發展較為不利,因此中國希望藉由積極參與國際機制的運作,來營造有利於其發展的環境。



    After the economic reform, China’s comprehensive national power has increased and joined the operation of international regimes by degrees. China, however, recognized the environment is adverse to her since most regulations and rules of international institutes were formulated by the developed countries. By actively taking part in the operation of international regimes, China tried hard to create a beneficial development environment.

    By using the point of view of multilateralism, the article discuss how China makes herself a “polar” through the means of multilateral foreign relations and drives the development of international regimes to multilateralizaion. That is to say, no single hegemony can dominate the international affairs. China, therefore, improves and enlarges her good-neighbor policy to a harmonious foreign policy. Through participate in the United Nations Peacekeeping Operation and as a predominately role in the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, China understand how important to involved themselves in the international regimes, and also joins the Kyoto Protocol that will limit China’s development. In addition to display its image of a responsible great power, China also hopes to eliminate the suspicion of “the rise of China”.

    Although participation in international regimes, such as Kyoto Protocol, will effect China current development, but they still hope to collect capital and technology aids from foreign country. In the same time, china also reconstruct it''s industrial structure, and try to influence the international regimes to benefit China future development.

    Finally, through the experience of diplomacy with surrounding countries, China hopes to be a participant of the Agenda setting maker when it comes to the international affairs, which can sustain China’s development and the purpose of strategic interest.
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