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Title: 沙烏地阿拉伯與以色列外交關係影響因素之研究
The study of the factors of the diplomatic relationship between Saudi Arabia and Israel
Authors: 李學昌
Li, Xue-Chang
Contributors: 張景安
Li, Xue-Chang
Keywords: 沙烏地阿拉伯
Saudi Arabia
Diplomatic relationship
Balance of interest
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2021-03-02 15:02:16 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本文將分析沙烏地阿拉伯王國(以下簡稱沙國)與以色列外交關係變化之影響因素。自1948年以色列建國後,沙國與以色列隨著中東局勢的變化,相應地發展出不同的外交互動模式。因此,本文將從1948年至2017年為止,在大約七十年的時間脈絡中,分析沙以外交關係變化的影響因素。此外,本文將以利益平衡論(balance of interest)做為分析的理論基礎,再輔以內部因素、區域因素與外部勢力三大面向作為分析的切入點。
The thesis analyzes the factors of the diplomatic relationship between Saudi Arabia and Israel. Since 1948, the establishment of Israel, Saudi Arabia and Israel have developed different kinds of interactive molds following the changes of the circumstances in Middle East. Thus, the thesis will explain the diplomatic relationship’s factors from 1948 to 2017, within about 70 years. Also, I will apply the theory of balance of interest for the base of explanation and use the three dimensions which are internal factor, regional factor and external factor to be the point of access.
First of all, the thesis is according to the development of diplomatic relationship and categorizes it to three periods which are 1948-1979, 1979-2001 and 2001-2017. Moreover, I will use internal factor to focus on the stability of regime and the conflict of ideology and utilize regional factor to analyze Saudi and Israel’s reaction toward the power change of regional countries. Finally, I will research how the external factor influences Saudi and Israel’s diplomatic relationship. Through the analysis of the dimensions, the thesis will use the theory of balance of interest to submit explanations of the change in the diplomatic relationship. I will make it clearer that whether Saudi Arabia and Israel adapt balance or bandwagon or the other strategies to cope with the changes of their diplomatic relationship.
Finally, the research finds that Saudi and Israel’s diplomatic relationship is influenced by the regional factor in 1948-1979 because the responsibility of national security is responsible to themselves. However, in 1979-2001 and 2001-2017, the diplomatic relationship is influenced a lot by the external factor. The reason is that the responsibility of national security has transferred to the United State in large part. Also, the cooperation is stronger than confrontation in their diplomatic relationship. The obstacle of the conflict of the ideology still exist but it doesn’t impact a lot on their diplomatic relationship.
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