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Title: 後冷戰時期美國東亞政策及其戰略佈局
Other Titles: The East Asian Policy and Strategic Arrangement of U.S. in the Post-Cold War Era
Authors: 蔡東杰
Tsai, Tung-Chieh
Keywords: 後冷戰時期;美國;東亞;全球戰略
Post-Cold War Era;United States;East Asia;Global Strategy
Date: 2008-07
Issue Date: 2016-07-20 15:55:16 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 面對由於蘇聯崩解所帶來的冷戰終結與傾向單極的國際結構特性,作為短期內最主要獲益者的美國,自然將藉此契機全面檢討並調整其全球戰略佈局,於此同時,為解決隨之而來的全球競爭(特別是與歐盟之間),以及競爭內涵的漸趨多元化,東亞的戰略角色顯得相當凸出。儘管如此,中國崛起不啻為美國的區域佈局平添變數,其結果既影響以「美日基軸」為主之戰略架構的發展,也為未來美國與東亞地區關係埋下不確定的變數。
In order to take advantage of the international structure of the Post-Cold War era since the Soviet’s collapse, United States has immediately decided to reconsider and adjust its global strategic arrangement. Simultaneously, to deal with the coming conflict with some main competitors, especially the EU, and facing the challenge of the newly pluralistic world, it did also pay more attention to East Asia. However, the Rise of China has offered not only a new variable to American regional policy and its alliance with Japan, but the uncertainty of the relationship between U.S. and its East Asian allies.
Relation: 東亞研究, 39(2), 175-198
East Asia Studies
Data Type: article
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