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URN etd-0813109-182105
Author Chuan-Tsung Liu
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Department ICAPS
Year 2008
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title none
Date of Defense 2009-07-11
Page Count 195
Keyword
  • Naval strategy
  • Sea Power
  • projective strength
  • military strength of the Navy
  • Abstract When we open the history book of Human Sea Power, there is always an entangled relationship between the scale of navy force and the state of economy within a country. Since 1978, three decades reforming on its economic policy, China has . Eye-witting the First Gulf War, the Kosovo War, the September 11th terrorist attack on America territory, the Second Gulf War, and, most recently, the piracy in Gulf of Aden, China authority is now reconsidering its role on both international and regional security and then amending its navy strategy based on evaluations. Although the ultimate goal is to protect its own profit, yet aggressively expanding its navy force might generate instability status and will break the Strait balance and its peace progress in Asia Pacific.
       No doubt, due to the modernized strategic of China Navy which has created tension in its neighborhood area, and, particularly, it is obvious that the force gap between China and Taiwan has yawned by steadily economy boom in China. By the end of Taiwan President Election in 2008, the stalemate prevailed under Chen era is now melting and quickly treading toward peace, yet national security couldn’t merely rely on jubilant atmosphere of diplomacy but on staid force. Facing problems between the Strait, China has adopted both peace and war strategies simultaneously and never give up its intention to invade Taiwan. Frankly, it is undoubtedly best to solve political conundrum under peaceful diplomatic progress, but facing the threat of China’s invasion, we still need to grasp the status of its development of navy, to forecast the pattern of its navy expanding, and to mull best way to defiance, to ensure the national security of Taiwan.
    Advisory Committee
  • Fahn, Jiin-ming - chair
  • Chang, Hsien-chao - co-chair
  • Lin , Wen-cheng - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2009-08-13

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