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    Title: 中國崛起: 機會或威脅?
    The Impact of China Rise: An Opportunity or Threat?
    Authors: 特本希
    Tep, Bensinle
    Contributors: 李明
    Lee, Ming
    Bensinle Tep
    Keywords: 中國影響力
    China influence
    Investment abroad
    International relations
    Regional power
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2017-11-01 14:29:58 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 中國在國際舞台上的影響力逐漸攀升,以全球經濟和區域完整性而言,世界各國也持續觀察自身所扮演的角色與責任。此篇論文以記敘性方法和常態性理論分析,探討中國在地區的權力轉移與平衡上扮演的重要角色。歷史上,一個國家勢力的崛起常被負面地視為是霸權和威脅。但以現今中國的崛起而言,這些過往的霸權理論反而提供了新的詮釋結果:對其他國家而言,中國的崛起不會帶來威脅或衝突,反而會帶給各國益處和機會。
    As China becomes increasingly influential in world affairs the international community continues to examine their global responsibilities for international economy and regional integrity. The thesis examines the global prominence of China and its status as an influencer in power transitioning and balancing in the region. Through the method of descriptive and normative theorization an analysis is produced where coexistence of historic hegemonic theories creates a new international environment where the perception of a rising China is neither a reason for conflict nor design for a solitary power but rather a phenomenon of generating equal opportunities and benefits for all concern actors.
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