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URN etd-0824110-171354
Author Pei-ni Lin
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Department ICAPS
Year 2009
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Indonesia's Changing with China : Friendship to Hostility and Friendship
Date of Defense 2010-05-06
Page Count 162
Keyword
  • Indonesia
  • China
  • Foreign Policy
  • Abstract Indonesia and China in Southeast Asia and East Asian, Play an important role. Indonesia in Southeast Asian is the territory's largest and largest Chinese population of people, is located between the hub of the Pacific, Indian Ocean, and occupies an important position in the global strategy, abundant natural resources in Indonesia is also a major advantage; In China, occupying an area of East Asia, half the population after the reforms of China, the world's largest country is fighting for market. On the relationship between the two countries in East Asia can be said to have the hares and some partnerships.
    Indonesia and China both have a common background in the pre-independence history, so in 1950, Indonesia was the first Southeast Asian country to establish diplomatic relations with China, countries. With the impact of the international situation, Indonesia and China, there were two major changes. A result of communism, the Cold War with the "930 Incident" broke out, resulting in changes in the two countries for the first time. Since 1978, China's reform and opening-up policy to promote economic growth, the two sides began a close relationship, this is the second change.
    The late 1990s, China's rise on the facts and the ambition to achieve regional dominance, causing concern about the East Asian countries, China can not ignore the potential opportunities and the impact it will change Indonesia's China policy a third change is worth exploring. This article, through the above-mentioned two change, globalization and Indonesia to identify factors such as internal stability, which may again affect the future relations between India and the trends and changes.
    Advisory Committee
  • Lin , Wen-cheng - chair
  • Tai, Wan-Ping - co-chair
  • Samuel C. Y. Ku - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2010-08-24

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