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|Title: ||馬英九政府時期的國際安全戰略研究 : 以對美中戰略關係為例|
|Other Titles: ||A study on international security strategy in the period of Ma Ying-Jeou’s government : a case study of strategic relationship toward U.S. and China|
|Authors: ||歐冠洲;Ou, Kuan-Chou|
|Keywords: ||國際安全戰略;戰略關係;馬英九政府;台美中;International Security Strategy;strategic relationship;Ma Ying-jeou’s government;Taiwan, U.S. and China|
|Issue Date: ||2011-06-16 21:46:51 (UTC+8)|
In 2008, President Ma delivered his inaugural speech on May 20, which pose the concept of "no unification, no independence, no use of force" to maintain the status quo of the Taiwan Strait, and continue to consult based on the resumption of "92 consensus" ; uphold the" shelving controversies and pursuing win-win solution "for the balance of the common interest; reconciliation truce; consultations of cross-strait peace agreement. President Ma held the reins of government nearly three years, and opened a way different from the past, and launched a series of consultations and negotiations. Until December 2010, it held five times through the "Chiang-Chen Talks", signed by both parties, including Cross-Strait''s Direct Flights, MOU and so on. Based on "From easy to difficult “and "From economic to politics”, it takes the good cooperation opportunity on the cross-strait economic and cultural exchanges. The sensitive political issues on cross-strait, Ma Government posed "92 consensus” and “one China, with each side having its own interpretation.”, and seek with the consensus on national identity. In fact. the strategic axis of cross-strait relations, Ma Government continued to table political issues, and actively developing cross-strait economic exchanges. This should be the strategic objectives of both sides of "has been promoting reunification" of the Ma government.
Since monopole international system which principally regards U.S. as superpower was challenged by China rise, the situation on U.S.-China to co-manage global affairs has gradually shaped. Facing the economic and military power and international influence of China that may change the strategic environment of international security, Taiwan itself should adjust its relationships with China. Furthermore, the United States prides itself on being the leading core of the Asia-Pacific affairs, cross-strait relations has attracted the important matters. Taiwan itself must establish a trust relationship with the United States. After facing of the changes in the environment of international security strategy, President Ma reconsiders to adjust the strategic relationships of international security with U.S.-China, takes the strategic principle of "reconcile with China and pro-U.S.", maintains the interaction of "balance" between the United States and China, advocates the basic strategic direction of "no unification, no independence, no use of force" to maintain the status quo, and hopes to the three-win situation of "cross-strait reconciliation, U.S. no anxiety, people’s feel at ease."
In fact, while President Ma takes the helm, he upholds the principle of “Twain First and for the interest of the people” and implements the strategy of “no unification, no independence and no use of force” for the status quo. In addition, he emphasizes on Workable Diplomacy in the diplomacy policy and makes diplomatic truce with China. He rebuilds the mutual trust with each country. He recovers the institutional negotiation of Cross-strait based on 1992 Consensus and the principle of reciprocity, mutual benefit and dignity. On national defense, he puts on the defensive and strives for U.S. arms sales to Taiwan positively under Taiwan Relations Act. At the same time, he discusses that the mutual trust mechanism of Cross-strait military and signs peace treaty. Under the international security strategy of the asymmetric relationship of power among in Taiwan, U.S. and China, Ma Ying Jeou government carries out the strategy of reconciling with China and pro-U.S.that is the result of this research.
|Appears in Collections:||[國際事務與戰略研究所] 學位論文|
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