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Title: 变化中的新中关系 :中国看待新加坡-台湾关系的态度和转变 = Shift in Singapore-China relationship : China’s changing stance on Singapore-Taiwan ties
Authors: 徐敬倫 Hsu, Chin-Lun
Keywords: DRNTU::Humanities
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: 本文重思了从 60 年代到现今,新加坡与中国关系的转变如何影响和改变中国看待新加坡与台湾关系的态度。本研究将视角置于新加坡与中国的双边关系,探讨中国分别在国势弱与强时采取何种态度与新加坡互动;而当中国与新加坡的互动产生改变时,这种双边关系上的转变将如何影响中国对新加坡与台湾关系的态度。相较学术界对于新加坡与海峡两岸关系的研究多数以新加坡与中国的双边关系或新加坡小国外交的特征为中心观点,本文更倾向针对变化中的新中关系如何改变或改变中国对待新台关系的态度进行探讨。本研究以中国国势的强弱及霸权思维为主线,将视角置于从1970 年代至今(2010 年代)新中关系的变化。笔者也侧重检视中国看待新台关系的态度的改变与原因,探讨在面对中国逐渐强大的国势时,新加坡是否会因中国的压力而影响与台湾的合作关系。鉴于对中国看待新台关系的研究从缺,本文欲探讨并检视变化中的新中关系能如何影响中国对新台关系的态度。This thesis reflects on how a shift in bilateral leadership of Singapore-China relationship resulted in China's tougher stance on Singapore-Taiwan partnership from the late 1960s to present. It argues that contrary to prevalent views, which emphasize on bilateral relationship between Singapore and China and foreign policy of Singapore, this thesis examines tri-states (Singapore, China and Taiwan) interactions and effects of changing relationship between Singapore and China, particularly how such change in relation could affect China's view on Singapore-Taiwan ties. Thus, this thesis attempts to analyze the abovementioned shortfall. This analysis begins by looking at the background of steady and dramatic rise of China over past two decades and maps out the shift of bilateral leadership from Singapore to China. The analysis then argues that as China gradually takes over the leadership of bilateral ties from Singapore, China undoubtedly presents a stronger and critical stance on Singapore-Taiwan relationship.
Schools: School of Humanities and Social Sciences 
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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