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    Title: 歐洲聯盟與反大規模毀滅性武器擴散 : 戰略、政策與貢獻
    Other Titles: The European Union and WMD non-proliferation: strategy, policy and contribution
    Authors: 李蘇薇;Lee, Su-wei
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    張福昌;Chang, Fu-chang
    Keywords: 大規模毀滅性武器;歐盟反大規模毀滅性武器擴散戰略;歐盟反擴散政策;WMD;EU Strategy against WMD Proliferation;EU Non-Proliferation Policy
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:03:18 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 大規模毀滅性武器(WMD)具有強大的殺傷力,故WMD的擴散是國際安全的一大威脅。911事件後,國際對WMD的擴散更加關注。歐盟身為全球行為者,有義務維持世界的和平與穩定,因此亦重視WMD擴散的議題。2003年歐盟發佈反WMD擴散戰略,把WMD問題列為共同外交與安全政策中優先處理的議題,並具體闡述對抗WMD擴散的政治目標與執行工具。本論文將以制度主義的視野,從以下四個方面來檢視歐盟反WMD擴散的戰略、政策與貢獻:
    Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) could cause huge devastation and bring death to hundreds of thousands of people, and is therefore one of the most dangerous threats to international security. In the post 9/11 era the international community is now even more focused than before on the issue of WMD proliferation. In 2003, the EU released a strategy on how to deal with proliferation, in which the EU describes its political objectives and instruments to manage this serious crisis. This thesis discusses the EU’s strategy through the theory of Institutionalism.
    The international regime establishes the non-proliferation norm through means such as export control, which is one of the EU’s key ways to prevent proliferation. However, the EU as a special political entity weakens its authority in fields of export control of dual-use items and armament. As it is important for the existence of the non-proliferation regime in terms of collective efforts, the EU has to cooperate with third countries to stop the proliferation of WMD. Due to the leadership role of the USA in the international regime, close cooperation with the USA makes the EU’s action against proliferation of WMD more effective.
    Russia and Iran are two of the EU’s most urgent issues. Russia lacks the ability to manage its current WMD arsenal due to financial and social problems. With an uranium enrichment programme that has been in existence for over 20 years, the Iran nuclear crisis also challenges the international non-proliferation regime. Considering these two cases, this thesis helps to understand the EU’s role and function in the international non-proliferation activities.
    The EU holds that multilateralism is the best way of strengthening international security. In helping either individual countries or the international non-proliferation organization financially and technologically, the EU plays an important supporting role. However, the differing opinion among the EU’s member states on WMD, especially on nuclear proliferation, limits its ability to control proliferation. If the EU wants to be more influential and effective dealing with the WMD proliferation, it needs a more integrated WMD non-proliferation policy.
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