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    Title: 歐洲聯盟的中國政策(2000-2007年)
    Other Titles: The Europeam Union's policy towards China (2000-2007)
    Authors: 廖怡璇;Liao, Yi-hsuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    蔡政文;Tsai, Cheng-wen;卓忠宏;Cho, Chung-hung
    Keywords: 歐中關係;普世價值;新自由制度主義;EU-PRC relations;Universal value;Neo-liberalinstutionalism
    Date: 2008
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:02:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 歐盟與中國夥伴關係的確定與發展,是近年來世界經濟、政治情勢中令人關注趨勢之一。歐盟於1990年代初,在經濟、政治等因素考量下,重新認知到亞洲和中國的重要性。中國方面,1995年「中歐關係長期政策」發表文件後,1998、2000、2001、2003、2006都陸續發表相關文件,並提昇中國為全球六大戰略夥伴之一。此外,歐盟亦透過政治與人權對話、經貿關係、合作計畫三大方式達成制訂中國政策的目標。
    Undoubtedly, the building of a comprehensive partnership between EU and China is one of the most significant developments in the world today. EU realized the importance of the Asia and PRC in the early 1990s. Since 1995, EU had announced several documents regarding its China policy: “A long term policy for China-Europe relations” in 1998, “Building a Comprehensive Partnership with China” in 1998, “Report on the Implementation of the Communication "Building a Comprehensive Partnership with China" COM(1998)181” in 2000, “A maturing partnership: shared interest and challenges in EU-China relations” in 2003, “A policy paper on EU-China trade & investment ” and “EU-China: Closer partners, growing responsibilities” in 2006. EU upgraded PRC to be one pf six global strategic partners in 2003. To carry out its China policy, EU appealed to political and human rights dialogues, economic and trade relations, and EU-PRC cooperation.
    PRC’s rapid economic growth in the early 1990s attached EU’s attention. PRC, in pursuit of continuous economic development and enhancement of its international prominence, happily accepted the friendly expressed by EU. In order to develop good relations with EU, PRC made flexible changes in terms of internal and external policies.
    This thesis, based on of Neo-liberalinstutionalism, is focused on the relations between EU and PRC, and discuss the reasons why cooperation replace opposition as the key point of the EU’s China policy. The substantial intention of the EU’s China policy is to maintain sustainable development and maximize the interests between China and the EU.
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