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    Title: 美國對第一次台海危機之決策過程研究
    Other Titles: The U.S. decision-making process in the first Taiwan strait crisis
    Authors: 陳鈺明;Chen, Yu-ming
    Contributors: 淡江大學美國研究所碩士班
    陳一新;Chen, Edward I-hsin
    Keywords: 台海危機;決策理論;中美共同防禦條約;Taiwan Strait Crisis;Decision Making Theory;Mutual Defense Treaty
    Date: 2006
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:06:36 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文的目的,就是探討美國在處理第一次台海危機的決策過程,並依據艾里遜的決策模式理論的來分析美國政府對第一次台海危機的決策過程。




    The main purpose is the U.S. Decision-Making Process in the First Taiwan Strait Crisis. The study case is analyzed by political scientists Graham Allison and Philip Zelikow in their books “Essence of Decision: Explaining the Cuba Missile Crisis”

    In Rational Actor Model, the United States signed the Mutual Defense Treaty with the Republic of China in order to persuade the Republic of China accept the cease-fire proposal to United Nations.

    In Organizational Behavior Model, it shows that organizational behavior is often dominated by the organizational culture however the culture doesn''t necessarily lower the possibility of the policy option to be adopted as a policy. The Assistant Secretary of State for Far Eastern Affairs Walter S. Robertson proposed to sign the Mutual Defense Treaty with the Republic of China which is made the Secretary of State John Foster Dulles adopted.

    In Governmental Politics Model, it reveals that policy makers have to control the action channel to take the bargaining advantages and to persuade the final decision maker successfully. The Secretary of State John Foster Dulles had the full trust of the President Eisenhower, and he had a significant influence on the formulation of the decision.

    And the main theme is the U.S. government didn’t intervene the China civil war because off-shore islands, but the U.S. was involved in the First Taiwan Strait Crisis due to the variation of the international situation.
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