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    Title: 從建構主義集體身份論解析東協國家南海政策
    Other Titles: A study of Asean's South China Sea Policy under collective identify perspective from constructivism
    Authors: 劉思辰;Liu, Szu-Chen
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    翁明賢;Wong, Ming-hsien
    Keywords: 建構主義;集體身份;東協;南海政策;共同安全;Constructivism;Collective Identity;ASEAN;South China Sea policy;Common Security
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2012-06-21 06:55:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 東協各國藉以政治與安全上的合作層級,維繫區域內各國間的和平。1991年前蘇聯瓦解,傳統兩極穩定的機制頓時失衡,一時亞太地區陷入權力真空狀態。就亞太地區域內單一地區的安全爭議最高者首推南海區域,無論是主權、領域的爭議、海洋蘊藏資源的開發及海洋航線維護均涉及許多國家的利益。經過多年累積的政治對話與信心建設,東協會員國之間尚未因情勢緊張而爆發武力衝突的事件,並瞭解相互依存的地理環及共同的願景,是維護該區域安全的基本條件。


    The States of ASEAN maintain regional peace between the States through political and security cooperation. After the collapse of former Soviet Union in 1991, the traditionally stable bipolar mechanism suddenly lost balance, leaving the Asian-Pacific Region to temporarily face with power vacuum. The South China Sea area is the single area in Asian-Pacific Region with the highest security controversy; whereas the sovereignty, areas of controversy, development of marine resources, and maintenance of maritime routes, all involve the interests of many countries. After years of political dialogue and confidence building, there have not been any breakout of armed conflicts due to tensions between the ASEAN State members and the members understand the interdependent geographic location and common vision are the basic conditions for maintaining security for the area.

    The sovereignty disputes over Nansha Islands are gradually moving towards internationalization and hence solving the Nansha disputes through bilateral negotiation and consultation becomes increasingly difficult. The development of security in the South China Sea area has long been the foundation of economic development for a number of countries while the formation and influence factors of the “Collective Identity” of ASEAN States comprise four major variables: 1. Interdependency: The first benefit received after the formation of the ASEAN Regional Organization is the economic development interest while the completion of economic integration will trigger a more significant magnetic effect to surrounding countries. 2. Common Destiny: The Sea Lines of Communication affect the economic lifeline of mainland China, Japan and Korea, where the petroleum delivered from Middle East to East Asia must take passage of this channel. Any crisis will affect the overall development of ASEAN States. 3. Homogeneity: Political security is the economic foundation and the support of a stable

    Political environment is required for ensuring economic development. The establishment of ASEAN will have political influence over the political development in the entire Asian-Pacific Area. 4. Self-restraints: For specific ASEAN States with issues on South China Sea, shelving sovereignty disputes and seeking joint collaboration in development could reduce possibilities of conflict incidents.

    Although the establishment of ASEAN Regional Organization still face internal and external challenges from the environment in future development, these challenge factors will be temporarily shelved with sovereignty disputes over the South China Sea for form restraining power through systematic regulations due to the ferment of economic cooperation. Such organization will lead to major impact on the economic system and regional security in the entire Asian-Pacific area, including the reallocation of economic resources and Asian-Pacific military forces. Finally, the ASEAN States analyzed through the collective identify of constructivism will move towards a collective security development in terms of security cooperation while multi-cooperation will bring this field close and form a strong economic system in the development of Asian-Pacific area.
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