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    Title: 冷戰後日本援助非洲政策之研究
    Other Titles: A research on Japan's ODA policy toward Africa in the Post-Cold War era
    Authors: 方彥筑;Fang, Yan-Jhu
    Contributors: 淡江大學亞洲研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 國家利益;政治大國;東京非洲發展國際會議;千禧年發展目標;ODA;National Interests;Political Power;TICAD;MDGs;国益;政治大国;東京アフリカ開発会議;ミレニアム開発目標
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:24:55 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   政府開發援助(ODA)不僅是日本透過雙邊與多邊援助,對國際社會做出重要貢獻的外交工具,也是在以現實主義為主流的國際關係之中,缺乏天然資源又身為二次大戰戰敗國的日本,在追求經濟成長與提升國際地位等國家利益時,最重要的外交手段之一。
     Official Development Assistance (ODA) is not only the diplomatic implement for Japan to make major contribution to international society through bilateral and multilateral assistance, but also one of the most important diplomatic means for this defeated nation of WWII, to pursue economic growth and increase its global status and national interests under the mainstream, realism, international relationship.
     In the Post-Cold War Era, Japan attempts to develop itself to be a Political Power under the turbulent international environment. Meanwhile, international society starts to focus on the improvement of human living condition and environment in Africa. Africa is a major area for Japan to develop political power in an international scale and carry out ODA as a result of which holds about a quarter of the United Nations member''s seats and possesses rich natural resources. In the wake of the changes of ODA policy, a Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD) was held with worldwide institutions, and fulfillment of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) became a priority, Japan tries to obtain the advocacy of African countries and international society by creating a beneficial global environment for Japan’s development.
     Therefore, to discuss the process and benefits of supporting Africa from the realist perspective, the study focuses on following four topics: (1)Whether the domestic and international factors influenced Japan to adjust their policy to aid foreign countries in the Post-Cold War Era? (2)How Japan modified its Africa policy and provided it with ODA to keep bilateral diplomatic relationship and strengthen Japan''s influence over a continent with an ever changing politics, fallen behind economy and international aid dependent society? (3)Whether or not there are contributions and achievements from Japan’s aiding Africa strategy? (4)Whether or not Japan has successfully carried out its aims by way of assisting Africa?
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