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    Title: 希臘與歐洲聯盟對馬其頓獨立問題的爭執與妥協
    Other Titles: The conflict and reconciliation between Greece and the European Union regarding the independence of former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
    Authors: 薛詠祺;Hsueh, Yung-chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    蔡政文;Tsai, Cheng-wen
    Keywords: 希臘;馬其頓共和國;歐洲聯盟;國家利益;共同外交暨安全政策;Greece;former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia;European Union;National Interests;Common Foreign and Security Policy
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:04:53 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 當美國與蘇聯結束了對立的兩極體系,南斯拉夫社會主義聯邦共和國卻興起民族主義而面臨分裂的局面,也因此引爆了一場激烈的衝突戰爭。國際體係結構的改變,皆影響了各個國家的外交政策,而前南斯拉夫聯邦內戰又嚴重影響巴爾幹地區,造成區域的權力失衡,歐體為了維護歐洲地區的和平,積極展開調解行動。

    When the Cold War came to an end with the collapse of Soviet Union, more troubles were looming as a new regional conflict broke out in the Balkans. Several republics separated from the former Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. The European Community (European Union) became the vanguard of international efforts to deal with Yugoslavia’s disunion. More specifically, the European Community (European Union) wanted to prevent the Yugoslavian turmoil from spilling into Southeastern Europe.

    Regarding to the unanimous vote in the Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), every member state should have the common position for joint actions and decisions. Greece strongly and persistently refused to recognize Republic of Macedonia., and therefore the European Union could not recognize Republic of Macedonia without the approval of Greece. In order to avoid the extension of war, the European Union’s member states decided to recognize Macedonia. This action caused the dispute between Greece and the Union which broke their mutual relationship of trust. In terms of theory of neo-realism, the thesis aims to analyze the refusing factors of Greece to the Republic of Macedonia’s independence, and to study in detail the decisions and actions which Greece made based upon national interests, and to research the conflict and the final reconciliation between Greece and the European Union.
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