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研究生:劉育麟
研究生(外文):Yu-Lin Liu
論文名稱:避險之後:新加坡與菲律賓避險戰略成效之比較(2002-2013)
論文名稱(外文):After Hedging: A Comparison of Hedging’s Effectiveness Between Singapore and the Philippines (2002-2013)
指導教授:徐斯勤徐斯勤引用關係
指導教授(外文):Szue-Chin Hsu
口試委員:張登及楊昊
口試日期:2014-07-07
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立臺灣大學
系所名稱:政治學研究所
學門:社會及行為科學學門
學類:政治學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2014
畢業學年度:102
語文別:中文
論文頁數:205
中文關鍵詞:避險戰略新加坡菲律賓中國崛起美國再平衡
外文關鍵詞:HedgingSingaporePhilippinesChina’s RiseRebalancing
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「避險」(hedging)是當前研究東南亞與中國關係的新焦點,它體現了現實主義、自由制度主義與建構主義的邏輯。本文試圖探討新加坡與菲律賓避險戰略的特徵與成效,新、菲兩國屬於美國主導的軍事安全陣營,也是美國在東南亞最親密的戰略夥伴,故本文以此兩國作為最不可能案例,探討新、菲是否也能成功對中國汲取利益,兩面討好。
本文首先釐清避險與其他概念的區別,接著建立評估避險成效的四項指標,並且區分議題領域,分別探討菲美、菲中、新美、以及新中四組關係,實證檢驗菲律賓與新加坡的避險成效。本研究發現:首先,基於安全偏好相容度(congruence of security preference)的差異,新、菲與美國戰略關係較為緊密;對中國則較為防備戒慎。其次,雖然新、菲都屬於美國軍事陣營,但並不影響他們與中國的密切交往,新、菲一方面與美國不斷強化安全防衛聯繫,一方面同時與中國經濟靠攏,安全與制度合作也蓬勃發展,故通過最不可能案例的檢驗,證實避險觀點的看法。最後,由於單元層次對避險成效發揮重要作用,因此新加坡的避險戰略整體較菲律賓成功。


Among current discussions in Southeast Asia-China relations, the most significant one is “hedging”. This study aimed to examine the features and effectiveness of hedging strategy between Singapore and the Philippines. This study established four main indicators to test if hedging strategy successfully achieved its goals. Singapore and the Philippines are selected as the two “least likely” cases because they both are the closest strategic partners of the United States. This thesis has three findings. Firstly, due to the congruence of security preference, Singapore and the Philippines are close to the U.S., whereas being vigilant toward China. Secondly, while enhancing security ties with the U.S., Singapore and the Philippines both acquired huge economic benefits from China and improved political/security relations with China. Lastly, unit level factors influenced the effectiveness of hedging strategy. Therefore, Singapore’s hedging was more successful than the Philippines’ as a whole.

謝辭 I
中文摘要 III
英文摘要 IV
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究動機 1
第二節 研究目的 2
第三節 文獻回顧與分析 2
壹、東南亞面對中國崛起之因應 3
貳、戰略之類型與意涵 19
參、個別國家戰略產出差異之原因 24
第四節 研究設計 30
壹、案例選擇 30
貳、研究方法、範圍與限制 35
參、研究架構 38
肆、章節安排 45
第二章 避險背景、成因與概念 46
第一節 中國與東南亞關係 46
壹、中國外交政策主軸:睦鄰外交與安撫 46
貳、東南亞與中國:政治和解、安全部分合作、經濟靠攏 49
第二節 美國與東南亞關係 59
壹、美國外交政策主軸:從「善意忽視」到「再平衡」 59
貳、東南亞與美國 64
第三節 避險成因與概念 70
壹、避險成因 70
貳、避險概念與東南亞的適用 73
第三章 對中國之避險成效 77
第一節 菲、新對中國之經濟利益 77
壹、菲律賓與中國 77
貳、新加坡與中國 84
第二節 菲、新對中國之政治安全關係 89
壹、菲律賓與中國 89
貳、新加坡與中國 105
第三節 比較分析 112
壹、對中國之經濟利益 112
貳、與中國之政治安全關係 113
第四章 對美國之避險成效 115
第一節 菲、新對美國之經濟利益 115
壹、菲律賓與美國 115
貳、新加坡與美國 118
第二節 菲、新與美國安全聯繫 121
壹、菲律賓與美國 121
貳、新加坡與美國 141
第三節 菲、新對美國之自主性 150
壹、菲律賓對美國之自主性 150
貳、新加坡對美國之自主性 152
第四節 比較分析 155
壹、對美國之經濟利益 155
貳、與美國安全聯繫與提升自主性 155
第五章 結論與展望 156
第一節 研究發現與評估 156
壹、研究發現 156
貳、成效差異的原因 159
第二節、 研究貢獻、限制與理論意涵 160
壹、與避險觀點的對話 160
貳、研究限制 163
參、理論意涵 164
肆、研究展望 167
參考文獻 168
壹、中文文獻 168
貳、英文文獻 177


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三、新聞資料
人民網:http://www.people.com.cn/。
大公網:http://www.takungpao.com.hk/。
大紀元:http://www.epochtimes.com/。
中央社:http://www.cna.com.tw/。
中安在線:http://www.anhuinews.com/。
中時電子報:http://www.chinatimes.com/。
中國日報:http://cn.chinadaily.com.cn/。
中國水運網:http://www.zgsyb.com/。
中國交通技術網:http://www.tranbbs.com/。
中國軍網:http://www.81.cn/。
中國評論月刊:http://hk.crntt.com/crn-webapp/mag/。
中國評論新聞網:http://hk.crntt.com/。
中國新聞網:http://www.chinanews.com/index.shtml。
中國網:http://www.china.com.cn/index.shtml。
公視新聞網:http://news.pts.org.tw/。
文匯網:http://www.wenweipo.com/。
北方網:http://www.enorth.com.cn/。
北京週報:http://www.beijingreview.com.cn/。
光明網:http://www.gmw.cn/。
自由時報電子報:http://www.ltn.com.tw/。
京報網:http://www.bjd.com.cn/。
東方早報網:http://www.dfdaily.com/。
東方網:http://www.eastday.com/。
南華早報:http://www.nanzao.com/tc/international。
星洲網:http://www.sinchew.com.my/。
星島日報網:http://www.stheadline.com/。
美國之音:http://www.voacantonese.com/。
紐約時報中文網:http://cn.nytimes.com/。
菲律賓商報:http://www.shangbao.com.ph/index.shtml。
搜狐財經:http://www.nanzao.com/tc/international。
新浪金融:http://finance.sina.com/。
新華網:http://www.news.cn/。
解放網:http://www.jfdaily.com/。
路透社中文網:http://cn.reuters.com/。
鳳凰網:http://www.ifeng.com/。
環球網:http://www.huanqiu.com/。
聯合早報網:http://www.zaobao.com.sg/。
BBC中文網:http://www.bbc.co.uk/zhongwen/trad/。

四、官方文件與網路資料
中國─東盟自由貿易區:http://www.cafta.org.cn/。
中國自由貿易區服務網:http://fta.mofcom.gov.cn/index.shtml。
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台灣WTO中心電子報:http://web.wtocenter.org.tw/Node.aspx?id=6。
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亞太和平月刊電子報:http://www.faps.org.tw/。
新加坡文獻館:http://www.sginsight.com/xjp/index.php。
The Glocal:http://www.glocal.org.hk/。

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