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    Title: 防衛合作協定之形構:以四國印太戰略與歐盟共同防衛政策為例
    The origins of defense cooperation agreements: The Quadrilateral Indo-Pacific Strategy and the European Common Defense Policy
    Authors: 方淇
    Fang, Chi
    Contributors: 連弘宜
    Lien, Hong-Yi
    Fang, Chi
    Keywords: 防衛合作協定
    Costly Signals
    European Defense
    Date: 2020
    In the past decades, we are witnessing a rapid growth of defense cooperation agreements
    (DCAs) in contrast to the decreasing amount of newly formed alliances. I examine the
    formation of DCAs in the lens of contextual change and costly signals. In terms of contextual
    change, I construct the environment of the strategic interaction by specifying both structural
    and institutional context. Within these preceding contexts, I contend that DCAs are the product
    of two efforts by states. First, they are states’ adjustments toward unexpected contextual change,
    e.g.: global and regional structural change, institutional bargaining, or the combination of both.
    Second, they are states commitment to the existing international institutions as well as broader
    regional and international order. In both cases, states attempt to reduce the uncertainty in the
    international society. Accordingly, I conduct two case studies: the Quadrilateral Security
    Strategy in the Indo-Pacific and the European Common Defense Policy. By conducting both
    in-depth case studies and controlled comparisons, I conclude that given the rapid change of
    security challenges, states opt to strengthen existing regimes rather than engaging outright
    confrontations. Consolidation as such is achieved by signing DCAs to bolster the security and
    defense networks.
    Description: 碩士
    Source URI: http://thesis.lib.nccu.edu.tw/record/#G0107253001
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