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    Title: The New Bush Administration's Policy toward East Asia
    Authors: 尤本立;Yu, Pen-li
    Contributors: 淡江大學美國研究所
    Keywords: Weapons of Mass Destruction WMD;Japanese Self-Defense Force SDF;Proliferation Security Initiative PSI;highly enriched uranium HEU;Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty NPT;six-party talks;Cross-Strait rela
    Date: 2004-12
    Issue Date: 2010-03-01 16:40:45 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 臺北市:遠景基金會
    Abstract: After winning the presidential election with 51 percent of the vote in early November 2004, President George W. Bush may gain confidence that American foreign policy direction in his first term is on the right track and most Americans would support him. Although Secretary of State Colin Powell reiterated that Washington would embark on a policy of working multilaterally with allies after the election, many believe that President Bush and conservative hardliners, in reality, are expected to embark on a tougher stand and continue to pursue a unilateralist approach to face the foreign policy challenges which emerged from his first-term of the presidency, such as the war in Iraq, the war on terrorism, the Israel-Palestine conflict, the threat of the Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs.
    Relation: Views & Policies : Taiwan Forum 1(2), pp.1-24
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