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    Title: 平戰通徹 : 中華民國海軍戰略籌思
    Other Titles: The strategic ponder of republic of China navy
    Authors: 徐彥齊;Hsu, Yen-Chi
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    林中斌;Lin, Chong Pin
    Keywords: 中華民國海軍;海軍戰略;海洋戰略;Republic of China Navy;Navy Strategy;Maritime Strategy
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:33:50 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 自解嚴後,由於政治環境以及國家定位逐漸轉變,中華民國海軍的發展議題在民間方興未艾,中間參雜了當事人自我辯護、外界批判、並呈現資訊不透明且不對等的現象,故外界難以釐清發展脈絡,也無從作出有效評判。


    After the end of martial law. Because the social atmosphere was change, and some event has occurred , the masses were interested how to build our navy. But until recently , due to lack of raw data, so private scholar is very difficult to judge the Republic of China Navy(ROCN) Strategy, only listen to the parties'' self-defense.

    This paper finds that ROCN’s Strategy has continuity, this idea is the continuation from the 1970s to now. But this rule cannot pose a threat to the People''s Liberation Army military modernization, countries can not meet against a large number of modern military resources.

    For the above reasons, re-review the Navy''s strategic is necessity. The future of the ROCN direction of development should get rid of the pure confrontation, and thinking about how to let the force to get the best political interests .
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