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    Title: 雷根政府瓦解蘇聯之戰略
    Other Titles: The strategies of Reagan administration on the fall of the Soviet Union
    Authors: 張惟涵;Chang, Wei-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學美洲研究所碩士班
    黃介正;Huang, Jie-jeng
    Keywords: 美國外交政策;雷根;蘇聯瓦解;The Reagan Administration;Strategies toward the Soviet Union;the fall of the Soviet Union
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:20:54 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 蘇聯瓦解瓦解後的二十年來,學術界對於蘇聯瓦解的研究從未停止,其中說法紛紜,而美國究竟在多大程度上促使蘇聯的瓦解,各界雷根政府瓦解蘇聯的貢獻還存有爭議,本文著重在分析雷根總統兩任任期之間,對蘇聯之外交政策以及美蘇關係的轉折。


    The question addressed by this paper is how Reagan’s policy significantly led the fall of the Soviet Union. Some believe that little connection between the fall of the Soviet Union and the role of Reagan’s foreign policy. This thesis applies the historical approach to analyze the Reagan’s strategies through the documents, relevant personal biography and the government publications. The strategies of the Reagan Administration included containment, economic pressure and the “Strategic Defense Initiative.” By the long terms arm races, Reagan Administration has expedited the Soviet Union’s fall.

    This thesis concludes the strategies of Reagan Administration contributed to the fall the Soviet Union. The strategies didn’t initiate the Soviet crisis but successfully worsen and exacerbate it. By targeting the Soviet weakness into its strategic advantage also damaged the Communist, which ends the Cold War and credit to the Reagan Administration.
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