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    Title: 從建構主義角度分析尼克森時期的美中關係(1969-1974)
    Other Titles: The analysis of U.S.-sino relation in nixon administration from view point of constructivism (1969-1974)
    Authors: 王嘉徹;Wang, Jia-che
    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: 建構主義;美中關係;U.S.-Sino Relation;Constructivism
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:46:08 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1972年美國前總統尼克森訪問中共,造成了台灣及世界各國的震撼。隨著尼克森政府的對華政策轉向,其後的福特政府與卡特政府也延續了尼克森政府的政策方向,美國與中共最終於卡特時期完成建交工作。回顧美中關係的正常化過程,尼克森時期實為美國與中共間改變關係的重要時期。
    Richard M. Nixon’s visit to China in 1972 astonished Taiwan and the rest of the world. The changing direction of foreign policy toward China of Nixon’s administration was followed up by Ford and Carter administrations. China and the U.S. eventually established diplomatic relations in Carter administration. Therefore, Nixon period is the most important period when reviewing the process of normalization of U.S.-Sino relation.
    Therefore, the thesis seeks the theory of Alexander Wendt, representative scholar of Constructivism, comparing the changing of U.S. China policy and the impacts before and after the Nixon’s administration by analyzing the interaction between the U.S. and China, the emerging of anarchy, identity, national interest, and foreign policy; also this thesis expects to supplement and find a new aspect on the normalization of U.S.-Sino relation.
    Finally, the thesis proves that Alexander Wendt’s theory which analysis the model of foreign policy could be suitable for explaining the period of Nixon attitude toward China. Second, In the structure of international anarchy culture perspective, this research found that before and after Nixon period, the international anarchy culture transforms from Hobbesin culture to Lockian culture. Meanwhile, it affects not only the collective identity between the U.S. and China but also the U.S. national interest and policy toward China. They are no longer regarding China as the enemy of U.S., and according to U.S. one China policy that there are two governments across the Taiwan Strait.
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