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研究生:李鎮乾
研究生(外文):Lee, Jingun
論文名稱:新戰爭趨勢下的空海軍事作戰硏究: 以美中軍事競爭爲例
論文名稱(外文):A Study on “Air-Sea Battle” Concept by Changes of War Pattern in Military Competition between U.S. and China
指導教授:盧業中盧業中引用關係
指導教授(外文):Lu, Yeh Chung
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立政治大學
系所名稱:國際研究英語碩士學位學程 (IMPIS)
學門:社會及行為科學學門
學類:國際事務學類
論文種類:學術論文
畢業學年度:103
語文別:英文
論文頁數:129
中文關鍵詞:混合戰爭空海軍事作戰區域阻絕/反介入
外文關鍵詞:Hybrid WarAir-Sea BattleA2/AD
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新戰爭趨勢下的空海軍事作戰硏究: 以美中軍事競爭爲例
By announcing ‘pivot to Asia’ policy in 2011, the 2nd Obama Administration is moving U.S. strategic center of gravity to East Asia-western Pacific area. Inter alia, U.S. is intensively deploying its conventional military forces on this area in order to check China emerging regional military power by its sustained economic growth, and ‘Air-Sea Battle’ concept is mentioned as a background of the military disposition. This battle concept is now interpreted as a thing to counter-act Chinese expansionists’ maritime strategy has been constructed since 1980’s for regional extension of influence in military. Received much attention from military academia, the Air-Sea Battle concept is recognized as a regular operation doctrine derived from superiority in military technology has dominated war fighting styles of the U.S. military forces for a long time as well as the military has put stress on it by itself and conservative military professionalism.
However, war was just a repeated event tackling enemy’s weak points through unthinkable war patterns in terms of its mean and way, and especially the war patterns served a golden opportunity for the weak encountering the strong enemy. Meanwhile, the military cannot adapt to changes seasonably signed its own death warrant and recent asymmetric warfare between regular forces and irregular ones in Middle East shows that point suitably. In the respect, this thesis will identify critical but neglected threats on the Air-Sea Battle and will search for its limitations while expecting China’s spectrum of war at the comprehensive and multi-modal level.

Chapter 1 Introduction 1
1. Motivation of Research 1
2. Main Questions 10
3. Scope and Methodology of the Study 11
Chapter 2 Theoretical Frameworks 13
1. Origin of Security Dilemma: Offense-Defense Balance Theory 13
2. Security Dilemma and Military Interaction between U.S. and China 20
3. Characteristics of Environment in Future War 25
4. New perspectives on war and Hybrid War concept 30
Chapter 3 The Air-Sea Battle Concept as a Conventional Doctrine 38
1. Background 38
2. Basic Concept of the ASB Doctrine 54
3. Expectable Scenarios on the ASB Doctrine 63
4. Debate and Response 69
Chapter 4 China’s Hybrid War and Its Implication 74
1. War Philosophy of the People’s Liberation Army 74
2. China’s Hybrid War Patterns 88
3. Assessment 105
Chapter 5 Conclusion 108
References 115
Appendix A 123
Appendix B 125
Appendix C 127
Appendix D 128

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