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    Title: <<兵經百篇>>軍事戰略思想之研究 : 以第一次海灣戰爭為例
    Other Titles: A study of Bing Jing Bai Pian military strategy thought : a case of First Persian Gulf War
    兵經百篇軍事戰略思想之研究 : 以第一次海灣戰爭為例
    Authors: 巫穎翰;Wu, Ying-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
    施正權;Shin, Cheng-Chuan
    Keywords: 揭暄;兵經百篇;海灣戰爭;軍事戰略;Military strategy;Jie Xuan;First Persian Gulf War
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:35:17 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 揭暄為明朝時期的戰略思想家,其著有《揭子戰法》、《兵經百篇》等書。本研究以揭暄的《兵經百篇》為主體,透過軍事戰略的途徑,來分析揭暄在《兵經百篇》一書中的軍事戰略思想。並透過揭暄的軍事戰略思想來分析第一次海灣戰爭中,美軍與伊拉克軍隊的建軍與軍事力量的使用。


    Jie Xuan was a strategist of Ming Dynasty who wrote JieZi Zhanfa and Bing Jing Bai Pian. This study focus on the approach of military strategy to analyze the military strategic thought of Bing Jing Bai Pian. And this study will also analyze the build up and use of the military force of US army and Iraq army in Persian Gulf War.

    This study will first establish the basic concept of military, than analyze the strategic environment of Ming Dynasty. And discuss the military strategic thought of Jie Xuan. And analyze the build up and use of the military force in Persian Gulf War by strategic thought of Jie Xuan in the end of this study.

    This study holds that there are five principles of Jie Xuan’s strategic thought: principle of scatter, principle of replacement, principle of procrastinate, quick and pin down, principle of psychological warfare, principle of intelligence suppress.However, those principle still has limits of the space, time, environment and will also been restrict by the strategic goal and ends. So those principles will not always make decisive results of every war.
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