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URN etd-0614116-114750
Author Yung-pang Chu
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Department EMPP
Year 2015
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The U.S. 'Air Sea Battle' and Its impact
on Taiwan's Defense Policy
Date of Defense 2016-06-18
Page Count 105
Keyword
  • Rebalance to Asia
  • Anti-Access/Area Denial
  • Air Sea Battle
  • Abstract The U.S. government has shifted the center of gravity for the strategy to Asia since 2011 in order to prevent China from rising, which may cause impact on the U.S. interest in the western pacific area. This includes enhancing the naval and air capabilities of allied countries such as Japan, Korea, and Australia, and increasing the U.S. military forces and bases in those allied countries. Although Taiwan and the U.S. don’t have the direct allied relationship, from the regional perspective, Taiwan is located on the brink area between the sea and land. If the U.S. take the strategy of balancing China, the strategic location of Taiwan becomes very significant. In the future, Taiwan is facing the battle spectrum under the conflict between the U.S. and China. Based on the situation, Taiwan should modify the homeland defense strategy. Therefore, the research focuses on the Taiwan national defense policy suggestion and reaction under the U.S. and China’s conflict.
      From the research: 1.Utilize the geographical advantage in the Asia-Pacific region to create the necessary value which will influence on the U.S. and China’s strategy. 2. Through the modification of National Defense Policy, implement the plan of establishing small but powerful forces. 3. Integrate the national defense power with neighbor countries in order to strengthen the military forces development.
    Advisory Committee
  • Chyi-Lu Jang - chair
  • Andrew N.D. Yang - co-chair
  • Lin, Wen-cheng - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2016-07-14

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