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    Title: 中美強權政治下的生存之道:緬甸外交政策的變與常
    Navigating China-U.S. Nexus: (Dis) continuity of Myanmar’s Foreign Policy (1988-2013)
    Authors: 林冬美
    Kaewsaengsai, Siriyakorn
    Contributors: 楊昊
    Yang, Alan Hao
    林冬美
    Kaewsaengsai, Siriyakorn
    Keywords: 緬甸
    緬甸外交
    中美強權政治
    Burma
    China -U.S. Influence in Southeast Asia
    Myanmar
    Myanmar's Foreign Policy
    Southeast Asian affairs
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2016-05-02 14:02:35 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Being sanctioned by the United States and its allies, Myanmar has long been isolated from the international community and become deeply dependent on China over the past twenty years. Until recently, the country embarked on political and economic reforms and expressed its desire to engage with other countries. The United States positively responded to the opening gesture, consequently the rapprochement between the two countries was commenced. As the competition for influence between China and the U.S. in Southeast Asia has long been existed, the shift in Myanmar’s foreign policy might represent the new challenge in this tug-of-war. This research aims to investigate the continuity or rupture in Myanmar’s foreign policy trend and to re-assess the influence of China and the United States presented in Myanmar. The collected data is analysed qualitatively. The result of the study shows that despite the re-engagement in Myanmar-U.S. relations, Myanmar-China relations remain cordial and the status of China-U.S. influence in Southeast Asia is not challenged.
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    亞太研究英語碩士學位學程(IMAS)
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