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    Title: 美臺軍事關係演變之回顧與展望(1996-2008)
    Other Titles: U.S.-Taiwan military relations : evolution, assessment and prospect, 1996-2008
    Authors: 簡瑛蓁;Jean, Michelle Yong Tsun
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    黃介正;Huang, Alexander Chieh-cheng
    Keywords: 國家利益;美中台三邊關係;台海危機;美台軍事關係;National Interest;U.S.-China-Taiwan Trilateral Relations;Taiwan Strait Missile Crisis;U.S.-Taiwan Military Relations
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:40:47 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 美國於1978 年與中國建交,並與台灣斷交,此後美國和台灣
    自 1994 年以來,中國的軍事預算每年以兩位數的成長率快速
    審慎評估的問題。在1995 到1996 年台海危機發生時,美國派遣了
    In 1978, U.S. established its official diplomatic ties with the People’s
    Republic of China (PRC) and ended its ties with Taiwan, the Republic of
    China (ROC). From that day on, U.S. and Taiwan began its very unusual
    and unique relationship; under U.S. Government official documents and
    statements such as the “Taiwan Relations Act” and “Six Assurances”, the
    U.S. and Taiwan maintained its unofficial relations through various
    quasi-official and non-official channels. This has helped the U.S. maintain
    the balance between its China and Taiwan policy respectively. Generally
    speaking, the “Three Communiqués” between U.S. and the PRC along with
    the “Taiwan Relations Act” serve as the main framework for
    U.S.-China-Taiwan trilateral relations.
    Since 1994, China''s military spending has risen with double-digit
    percentages annually; the swift modernization of China’s military
    capabilities has become a focal issue in U.S.-Taiwan military exchange.
    During the Taiwan Strait Missile Crisis in 1995 through1996, U.S. deployed
    two aircraft carriers to the Strait to deter China’s possible use of force
    against Taiwan. Consequently, U.S. and Taiwan military cooperation has
    expanded from arms sales, technical guidance and transfer and intelligence
    cooperation to deploying official military attaches and enhancing weapon
    integration and personnel training. In the meantime, U.S. has continued to
    improve its cooperation with China. As U.S. attempts to maintain
    military-to-military relations with both sides of the Strait, it has also
    showed its determination to maintain the balance of power in the Strait.
    This study finds that U.S.-Taiwan military exchange has been affected
    by the dynamics of U.S.-China-Taiwan trilateral relations. The study also
    finds that even though the U.S. needs China’s assistance in issues such as
    North Korea nuclear crisis and global war on terrorism, it has not reduced
    nor downgraded its arms sales to Taiwan. In addition, the study finds U.S.-
    Taiwan’s “soft” military exchange is more easily influenced by the changes
    of U.S.-Taiwan relations, which is most evident in high-level military
    In conclusion, U.S.-Taiwan military interaction is affected by U.S.
    policies to both Taiwan and China; and the relationship among the three
    actors has been guided by the U.S. perceptions on its own national interests
    and security strategy.
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