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    Title: 後冷戰時期北約東擴對中華民國安全政策的影響
    Other Titles: The impacts of NATO's enlargement on national security policy of Republic of China in post cold war period
    Authors: 翁永山;Weng, Yung-shan
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    鄒忠科;Tzou, Chong-ko
    Keywords: 北約東擴;國家安全;NATO's Enlargements;The National Security
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:00:21 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本篇論文之主要目的,係從1990年冷戰結束後,歐盟擴大及北約不斷東擴,進而影響到亞洲區域安全,北約東擴對國際安全政策的影響,如美國、中共、俄羅斯,尤其是對中華民國國家安全的衝擊。,
    The objective of this thesis focuses on the effects of EU’s and NATO’s enlargements on Asian regional security and international security policy after the end of the Cold War. The enlargements have impacted on the United States, Communist China and Russia, especially on the national security of Republic of China.
    Hence, the research methods used in the whole study give first place to corporatism and historical document research as second priority, to organize documentation and analyze the international relations changes in the process of NATO’s enlargement after the end of the Cold War in order to comprehend the impacts of Communist China on our national security in the future and then to safeguard our national security interest.
    The content of this study is divided in six chapters as follows.
    Chapter One: Introduction
    Chapter Two: International security under the new world order
    Chapter Three: Impacts of NATO’s enlargement on international security
    Chapter Four: Effects of NATO’s enlargement on the security policies of the United
    States, Communist China and Taiwan
    Chapter Five: Effects of the changes of international system on national security policy
    Chapter Six: Conclusion
    The study analyzes the combination of national interests of Russia and Communist China which is affected by NATO’s enlargement, and the impacts of the Communist China’s anti-secession law which was approved in the March of year 2005 on our national security through the impacts of NATO’s enlargement on international security policy. In short, the result of this study supposed to enable the national to support our government in the aspects of building army and preparing for war in order to safeguard the whole national security and interest.
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