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    Title: 後冷戰時期菲律賓外交政策之研究
    Other Titles: A study of philippine foreign policy in the post cold war period
    Authors: 馬樹翊;Ma, Shu-yi
    Contributors: 淡江大學東南亞研究所碩士班
    楊志恆;Yang, Chih-heng
    Keywords: 菲律賓;外交政策;東協;Philippines;Foreign policy;ASEAN
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:59:17 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文採用David Easton和K.J.Holsti的「政治體系」理論,來探討後冷戰時期菲律賓之外交政策。
    This research adopts David Easton and K.J.Holsti’s “Political System” to analyze the Philippine foreign policy in the post cold war period.
    The Mischief Reef incident spurs President Ramos. His first diplomatic approach is to push for the modernization of the armed forces; The second is resort to develop “institutionalism” in the South China Sea; The third is to rely on the U.K. and U.S. in a balance of power, the development of mechanism of deterrence between China and the Philippines.
    During Estrada era, Philippines coordinate the coup in Cambodia, and propose an approach “constructive intervention” to Myanmar, and the House of Representatives call for the suspension of Myanmar from the ASEAN. President Estrada also proposes to modify the ASEAN Way of diplomacy from “non-interference” to “flexible engagement”, and he openly criticizes the issue that Mahathir arrest Anwar. The Philippines is sympathetic to some form of humanitarian intervention to East Timor issue.
    President Arroyo looks at the domestic, regional, and international levels that continue to shape the Philippine foreign policy of supporting the United State’s war against international terrorism. Not only it has reinvigorated Philippine-American relations, and enhances its visibility in the international society, but also gains American military assistance against Abu Sayyaf Group.
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