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    Title: 比較英國與法國核武戰略:過去、現在與未來
    Other Titles: A comparative study of British and French nuclear strategies: the past, present, and future
    Authors: 郭奕圻;Kuo, Ji-chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    鄭大誠;Cheng, Ta-chen
    Keywords: 中等核武國家;獨立;特殊關係;地緣政治;Medium Nuclear States;Independency;Special Relationship;Geopolitics
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2010-09-23 15:06:08 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 作為歐洲中兩個重要的強權,英國與法國與其他傳統軍事強國最大不同之處在於擁有核子武器。在冷戰時期間美國建立了核保護傘後,英法也各自完成具有其特質的核武戰略。在北約的軍事架構下,兩國的核武也為西歐安全事務發揮其重要之價值。
    In retrospect, the United Kingdom and France have demonstrated
    distinct features in their development of nuclear strategies. Although
    London and Paris both see the former Soviet Union as a potential adversary
    during the Cold War period, their approaches of nuclear solution differed
    significantly. Britain attached great importance to its Special
    Relationship with the United States while emphasizing its nuclear
    independency. France, by contrast, had gone through all the vicissitudes
    to establish an independent nuclear triad on its own since its leadership
    made the decision to go nuclear.
    This thesis is aimed to be a comparative research of British and French
    nuclear strategies with personal assessment. It also focuses on current
    nuclear issues and policies in order to acquire a better understanding
    of these two medium-sized nuclear weapons state at present and in the
    near future. One of the major findings is to make clear why British and
    French nuclear strategies differ from an evolutionary perspective. As
    argued in this thesis, unique geopolitical environments could be a
    possible explanation. Hopefully this comparative study can make some
    contribution in the field of nuclear strategy studies.
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