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|其他題名: ||The research of the mainland China to south-eastern asia security strategy during the post cold war|
|作者: ||鄒蘊福;Tsou, Yun-fu|
|上傳時間: ||2010-01-10 23:58:25 (UTC+8)|
The global balance of power has reorganized following the end of the cold war.
While international relations have turned toward regional cooperation and reconciliation through multilateral talks to “ replace military confrontation with economic competition and resolve enmity with negotiation and cooperation,” “ global ” and “ regional “ cooperation gradually becomes the focus of handling issues
relating to international politics and security following the rise of regionalization and international cooperation of world economics instead of the global strategic deployment once prevailed in the cold war period. The implication of security has thus evolved into an integrated concept under this new historical condition, and its scope has expanded from traditional military expansion into untraditional economics, science and technology, environment, terrorism, drugs and spread of diseases. The 911 Incident broke out in the new century indicated the trend of diversification and globalization of threats on world security. While the common interest and interdependency in world security among countries increases and attempts to seek world security diversifies, reinforcing dialogs and cooperation has become an important path to pursue common security.
The end of the cold war also changed the balance of power in South East Asia and the PRC’s SE Asian security strategy was diversified and inter-conflicting, i.e.cooperation and conflicts existed at the same time. Traditionally, PRC assumes power over SE Asian and rejects the “ foreign “ intervention due to the “ historical role of a suzerain state and territorial adjacency “. The ideological confrontation during the cold war period made PRC the top enemy of SE Asia. Though the relationship between the PRC and SE Asian countries was indifferent and even opposing, the former has changed its attitude after the rise and expansion of the ASEAN in the post cold war period. Interactions between both have changed from breakthrough, confrontation to physical cooperation and interdependency, and in a delicate situation combing confrontation, compromise, reciprocity, cooperation and opposition from time to time.