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Title: 川普與習近平政權下之美中戰略競爭新紀元
A New Era of U.S.-China Strategic Competition Under Presidents Trump and Xi
Authors: 馬靜瑜
Ma Shum, Alicia
Contributors: 李明
Ming Lee
Ma Shum, Alicia
Keywords: 戰略競爭
Strategic Competition
US-China Relations
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2021-08-04 16:29:33 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 美國是民主國家,中國是專制國家,每個人都專注於自己的願景目標。普普政府領導下的雙邊關係中,戰略上的不甘心急於求援。政府對中國在新疆、香港和台灣的行為以及美國的網絡壓力,表示嚴重和美國的經濟壓力。在過去。七年中,隨著經濟和技術進步、影響力和軍事能力的擴大,中國已將重點轉向美國。繼 2008 年全球危機和習主席於 2012 年上台後,美國政府的報告將中國督導描述為在追求目標時“逐漸獨立”。 因此,中國願意接受中國共產黨(中共)的一黨制政府制度,並以此作為全球領導權的備選方案。 “與中國與美國的戰爭有關,美國的戰爭戰略是基於發展的安全挑戰。這標誌著政府文件中使用的措辭辯證中國共產黨(CCP)是對自由民主和美國利益的共同威脅”。 ,而則是中國共產黨利益的威脅儘管是對美國的利益的威脅,但和中國由於其防禦行動必須要共同努力,就什麼是可以接受的維護中共統治的美國的努力,或者至少,我們可以沒有什麼,以及什麼是對內政的不可干預,中國實現更符合的安排。
The United States and China are the world’s two most powerful countries, and their ideals of how the world should function are vastly different. The United States is a democracy and China is an authoritarian, both aim to promote their own political visions. It is clear that there is rising strategic mistrust in the bilateral relationship under the Trump administration. There have been serious concerns raised by the Trump administration about China's behavior in Xinjiang, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, as well as cyber-attacks on the US and economic pressure of US allies. China has shifted its focus toward the United States during the past decades as its economic and technological advances, diplomatic influence, and military capabilities have expanded. Following the global crisis of 2008 and President Xi’s rise to power in 2012, the United States government report portrayed Chinese officials as “increasingly assertive” in their pursuit of their goal. As a result, Chinese leaders have grown more active in presenting the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) one-party, authoritarian government system, and principles as a viable alternative to the US global leadership. This “new era of competition” is linked to China’s competitiveness strategy with the United States, which is predicated on the developing security challenge. This means that the wording used in government documents indicates that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is a threat to liberal democracy and American interests, while the US is a threat to the Chinese Communist Party's interests (although not necessarily those of the Chinese people), but as a result of its defensive actions. The United States and China must work together to get a more common view of what constitutes acceptable efforts to safeguard CCP rule, or at the very least, what we can tolerate, and what constitutes intolerable intervention in China’s domestic affairs. The two sides' exchanges are a vital step toward a more stable US-China relationship.
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