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    Title: 中共航天戰略與東亞安全
    Other Titles: PRC’s strategy of aerospace and security of east-Aisa
    Authors: 吳楊斌;Wu, Yang-pin
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    王高成
    Keywords: 航天戰略;航天力量;東亞戰略;aerospace strategy;aerospace force;East-Aisa strategy
    Date: 2010
    Issue Date: 2011-01-05 11:58:26 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 近代戰爭史中,太空信息的發揮,幾乎成為戰爭致勝的關鍵,在沒有太空優勢的情況下,是不可能獲得最後勝利的。同時太空力量屬技術性極高的武裝力量,現代戰爭是藉由科技裝備進行的,國家「制天權」的能力,亦是該國政治、軍事、經濟、科技能力、國民素質等綜合國力的展現。
    二次波灣戰爭中,聯軍有效統合三軍部隊兵火力,短時間內即獲致決定性勝利,其大量運用衛星科技與資訊網路的整合,戰場透明度增加,作戰效益也大幅提昇,發揮出精準打擊。全世界軍事評論家自「第一次波灣戰爭」後,即預判未來作戰型態將以高科技武器裝備與全新的戰略、戰術與戰法構想,未來作戰將是打一場天、空、地、海、信息、電磁等多樣式的綜合戰爭。
    現代戰爭均是優勢綜合軍力的發揮,而勝負的關鍵因素在於軍隊的素質問題。倘若數量未改變,而素質提高,則綜合軍力就能相對提高。中共刻正加速軍事現代化提升軍力,並依軍事事務革命的理念,積極建構航天能量及科技武器,意圖在戰力上擁有主動局部的優勢。中共極為關注「不對稱」、「以弱擊強」的謀略思維,甚可能成為其未來軍事戰略、戰術與武器發展的驅動力。
    就當前中共軍力建置及潛能發展研判,航天的角色扮演,攸關著東亞及台海的安全。因此,研析中共航天戰略提升與實際之發展現況,致為重要。航天發展形成以來,在戰場上所扮演的角色日漸多元,隨科技的進步,具有絕對優勢的精準打擊力量,可快速且完全的主宰戰場勝負,扭轉傳統的武力均勢。經由近代戰爭實證,航天的重要性已不可言喻,這也是中共持續擴張武力的主要原因,亦為本論文探討影響中共航天戰略發展之因素、航天體系成果,至發展現況與對東亞安全等之論述重心。
     In the history of modern battle, aerospace information development practically dominates in a war. Ultimate victory cannot be achived without aeroapce advantage. National “space control” power, requiring emtremely high-technology armed capibilty needed in modern operation, becomes the exhibition of integrated national powers, such as politics, military, economy, technology, civilization, etc.
      In the Second Pertisan War, union troops effectively united the services and promptly reached decisive victory by largely applying the integration of satellite technology and information network, enhancing the transparency in battlefield which in turn augmented operation efficiency to achive striking accuracy. Critics all around the world, after the first Persian War, have predicted the future operation as a model with high-technology equipment and inovative strategy, tactics, and fighting concepts, and as a integrated battle involving space, sky, ground, sea, information, electromagn, etc.
      Mordern battle is certainly the development of surpirior integrated forces; the hinge of a battle relys on troop quality. In a consistenet number, there is a high correlation between troop quality and integrated forces. China has been accelerating the military modernization to boost up forces, and actively involved in establishment of aviation capibilty and technology weapons with the intention to active particial advantage. The strategy of“Asmmytry”and “defeating the strong with the weak”China highly focuses on might become development actuation of future military strategy, statics, and weaponry.
    With analysis of China’s troop deployment and submarine capability development, aerospace is deeply related to the security of Taiwan. Thus, it is extremely critical to explore its aerospace strategy and actual development. Since developing, aerospace has been playing a variety of roles in a battlefield and taken on absolute advantage of striking accuracy capability with the advance of technonly which can swiftly be the dominance in a battle. Aerospace, undoubtedly importance through solid evadance in modern battle, is a primary reason of China’s constant force expansion; therefore, this study is designed to discuss the impact elements in PRC’S aerospace development, the achievement of aerospace system and its current development, and East-Asia security.
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