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    Title: 歐盟對中國武器禁運(1989-2010)
    Other Titles: EU arms embargo on China (1989-2010)
    Authors: 梁正綱;Liang, Cheng-Kang
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 歐盟對中國武器禁運;軍售禁令;歐盟武器輸出行為準則;中歐關係;六四天安門事件;戰略伙伴關係;Arms Embargo;arms ban;code of conduct;EU-China Relations;Strategic partnership
    Date: 2011
    Issue Date: 2011-12-28 17:08:12 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 1989年天安門事件後,歐盟開始對中國實施武器禁運。迄2010年,武禁已延續逾20年,成為歐盟對外執行為時最長的制裁。
    The European Union (EU) arms embargo on China after Tiananmen Square Protests of 1989 is the longest sanction in European history. As of 2010, it had lasted more than 20 years.

    Between 2003 and 2005, discussions on lifting the embargo were heated not only within the EU but also across the Atlantic. In spite of the “decision” taken in December 2004 to work towards the lifting within six months, the EU eventually made a “non-decision” on the lifting in June 2005. Since then, the debate of lifting the arms embargo on China is in a state of defacto freeze. Several factors are responsible for the EU’s hesitation, including strong U.S. objections, China’s poor human rights record and the unpopular “Anti-Secession Law” ratified in March 2005.

    Although China and the EU agreed to upgrade their bilateral relations toward strategic partnership in 2003, the arms embargo remains an apparent obstacle waiting to be removed. It indicates that the strategic partnership between China and the EU is incomplete and immature.

    This study aims to provide a review of post cold-war Sino-European relations, EU policy-making, and entanglement of Chine-EU-US interests by examining the "latitudes and longitudes" of EU arms embargo on China---backgrounds, phases of development and future outlooks as the latitudes, and the analysis of the characteristics of EU’s embargo, different party’s positions, pro and con opinions as the longitudes

    This study analyzes 1) the nature of EU arms embargo on China: the commonality, uniquesness, and complexity as compared with similiar embargoes on other countries; 2) the prioritization of different factors in EU foreign policies: human rights, trade and economic cooperation, and security; and 3) the development of the embargo from 1989 to 2010, which, based on the attention received, could be seen in three phases, charaterized as being quiet, turbulent and frozen. This study concludes on how effective Taiwan’s efforts are and strategies could be adopted in the future.
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