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    Title: 解放軍與外軍演習(2002年-2008年)
    Other Titles: People's liberation army joint exercises with foreign forces years 2002-2008.
    Authors: 湯成;Tang, Cheng
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    林中斌;Lin, Chong-pin
    Keywords: 解放軍聯合軍演;與外軍聯合演習;解放軍;軍事外交;解放軍與外軍演習;解放軍軍事交流;People’s Liberation Army Joint Exercise;China and Foreign Forces;Exercises with Foreign Forces
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:46:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在2002年之前,解放軍從未參加此類演習的經驗,並且不認同與外軍聯合演習的想法,認為這是軍事同盟的一種做法,亦未曾有外軍踏上中國領土演習的經驗。2002年10月10日,中共與吉爾吉斯在兩國邊境地區舉行聯合反恐軍事演習,這次演習亦是解放軍與外軍的第一次演習。隨著時間的演變,解放軍配合外交,藉由軍事交流營造週邊安全氛圍,其具體行動表現在與外軍實施聯合演習。
    Prior to 2002, the People''s Liberation Army (PLA) had never undertaken joint exercises with foreign forces, and no foreign troops had yet set foot on China’s soil. PLA opposed to the idea of joint exercises, denoting it as a form of military alliance. The first PLA exercise with a foreign force was a joint anti-terror exercise with the troops of the Republic of Kirghiz, which was conducted on October 10th, 2002 at the borders between the two countries. Since then, the PLA has engaged in diplomatic endeavors to improve China’s relations with neighboring countries through military exchanges, which manifest in its joint exercises with foreign forces.
    This thesis analyzes the embedded factors of the PLA joint exercises with foreign forces. Using the CCP Military Council as the central framework of hypothesis, the author found that the influence of the PLA joint exercises could be divided into two types of factors.
    The first is the objective factors, which includes China’s attempts to challenge the mono-lateral hegemony of the United States, and to connect with the “War on Terror” by convenience.
    The second is the subjective factors, including: the proactive initiative for military diplomacy, the growingly younger PLA leaderships, and the influence of modern thoughts.
    In this light, the author further discusses the implementation of PLA joint exercise policy on three dimensions: diplomatic expansion, economical safeguards and military development.
    After accumulating the data of military exercises, the research allocates the effect that the PLA obtains through the conventional security exercises and non-conventional security exercises. In final part of the research, the conclusion echoes with the three assumptions and highlights four key points for future research directions.
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