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URN etd-0706108-111045
Author Tien-Wang Chen
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Department Interdisciplinary Studies
Year 2007
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title The National Security Strategy and the Constitutionalism Order (1949-2007)
Date of Defense 2008-06-26
Page Count 207
Keyword
  • The Principles of The Separation of Powers
  • Constitution.
  • Governance
  • National Security Strategy
  • Abstract A constitution is a basic law to constitute a country and protect human right, it has a height attribute of politics, hence it regulates and interacts the real development of country. General national security strategy is based on national destinations and benefits, then it brings up a definite source of threat and priority, and arranges the strategies to react, besides it should be considered all the situations to come up with near, middle and far national security strategy. Furthermore, according to the guideline which decided by the strategy, the departments can make policy, then they have the direction to obey. Moreover, nation fulfill its policy includes 「policy-making」and 「bills or budgets be approved」two parts, which to fulfill policy and obey the order of law.
    However, our country brings up national security strategy and act it are different from the above parts. This thesis discusses that our nation made national security strategy in different phase and use it to evaluate the change of our constitution. to focus on the questions and to analyze, to review and to predict.
    Advisory Committee
  • Lee,C.T. James - chair
  • Chi Chen-ching - co-chair
  • Jang Daw-Yih - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2008-07-06

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