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    Title: 東協國家與澳洲雙邊關係之研究(1967-2005)
    Other Titles: A study of bilateral relations between ASEAN and Australia
    Authors: 曲大威;Chu, Ta-wei
    Contributors: 淡江大學東南亞研究所碩士班
    林若雩;Lin, Juo-yu
    Keywords: 東協;澳洲;ASEAN;Australia
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:58:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 東協國家與澳洲雙邊關係發展已久,澳洲是東協成立後的第一個對話夥伴國。同時期東協亦開始接受澳洲技術與軍事援助,冷戰時期的雙邊關係穩定又緊密。1990年代,東協國家與澳洲卻面臨一些問題,如澳洲總理基廷與馬來西亞首相馬哈迪的口角、澳洲干預東帝汶獨立運動等。2001年峇里島爆炸案發生後,雙邊關係更加緊繃。
    Bilateral relations between ASEAN and Australia have been developing for a long time. Australia was the first dialogue partner with ASEAN in 1974; meanwhile, ASEAN also accepted technical and military assistance from Australia. In Cold War period, bilateral relations between ASEAN and Australia were stable and close. In the 1990s, ASEAN and Australia had indeed faced quite a few problems, such as quarrels between Keating and Mahathir, Australia interfered in East Timor issue and so on. Happening Bali Bombing, relation is getting increasingly serious.
    Member of ASEAN and Australia are important countries in East Asia community and they have closed political and economic relations to Taiwan. We have to deeply understand the bilateral relations between ASEAN and Australia.
    This thesis first explores development of diplomatic policy in both ASEAN and Australia. The second part of the thesis discusses the interaction between ASEAN and Australia in Cold war, post Cold war and after 911 periods. The third part tries to predict the factors that influence bilateral relations between ASEAN and Australia in the future.
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