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    Title: 馬英九之大陸政策研析;Analysis of Ma Ying-Jeou's China Policy
    Authors: 趙正豪;CHAO, CHENG-HAO
    Contributors: 戰略暨國際事務研究所
    Keywords: 兩岸關係;(3+1)i決策模型;層次分析;cross-strait relations;level-of-analysis;(3+1)i Decision Making Model
    Date: 2018
    Issue Date: 2019-05-23 13:35:40 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 戰略暨國際事務研究所
    Abstract: 2008年台灣第二次政黨輪替,馬政府為解決緊張的兩岸局勢,積極推動兩岸交流制度化,除「九二共識」外,亦提出「不統、不獨、不武」的新三不政策,欲解決台灣低迷的外交困境。然兩岸關係的發展錯綜複雜,牽扯到的不僅是國內體系層次的問題,亦受國際層次因素得制約,反之國際體系層次,亦受到國內層次反饋,彼此間互動性具動態性,因此本文將探運用宋學文教授(Dr. Hseik-Wen, Soong)所建立之“(3+1)i 決策模型”及層次分析,探討2008年至2016馬英九政府執政時期的大陸政策,其系統外部之國際因素及國內層次中不同層面的影響。並對未來台灣大陸政策提出建議。
    Whatsoever the relationship between these two countries are more than complicated, because its’ issues are not only associated with the level of domestic system, but also the factors at the international level. Thus, the main focus of this study is to use the model from Dr. Hseik-Wen, Soong to further investigate the mainland policy at the period under Malaysian government during 2008 to 2016; also the outside factors that are impacted by both internal and external effect within the international policy. In conclusion, study then puts forward some suggestions on China's mainland policy in the future.
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