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中文論文名稱 中巴關係(1997-2012):如何使巴西在戰略上受惠與對美國在區域內之意涵
英文論文名稱 Sino-Brazilian Relations Brazil’s Strategic Benefit Within the Past 15 years
校院名稱 淡江大學
系所名稱(中) 國際事務與戰略研究所碩士班
系所名稱(英) Graduate Institute of International Affairs and Strategic Studies
學年度 101
學期 1
出版年 102
研究生中文姓名 梅路易
研究生英文姓名 Luis Enrique Verde
電子信箱 riquegreen@gmail.com
學號 699330600
學位類別 碩士
語文別 英文
口試日期 2013-01-14
論文頁數 120頁
口試委員 指導教授-李大中
委員-王高成
委員-曾怡碩
中文關鍵字 中巴關係  中國  巴西  拉丁美洲 
英文關鍵字 Sino-Brazilian Relations  China  Brazil  Latin America 
學科別分類 學科別社會科學政治學
學科別社會科學區域研究
中文摘要 近年來巴西和中國他們的貿易量大幅增加。由於貿易量的增加,同時會使其他層面的交易量提升,例如在軍事方面。由此可知,即使他們在貿易時觸礁,他們之間一次又一次的成功解決這些問題。有可能是因為他們必須抑賴彼此,所以得設法解決雙方的問題,特別是在巴西這一方。由於中國和巴西的關係日趨友好,所以美國也希望和南美洲地區發展友好關係。
英文摘要 Brazil and China have, in recent years, greatly increased their trade relation with each other. This in turn could possibly lead to other aspects of their relations to increase such as miltary aspects. We can see that eventhough thier relations have at times been on the rocks, they have time and time again solved those issues. The reason for their continuous relation can be due to their increase dependencies on trade with each other, especially in Brazil's case. This increase in relations between China and Brazil has also lead to an increase in US interest within the South American region.
論文目次 Table of Contents
I. Background 1
II. Research Motives 4
III. Research Objectives 4
IV. Research Scope 5
V. Literature Review 6
VI. Hypothesis 12
VII. Methodology: 13
VIII. Expected Contribution 13
IX. Chapter Explanation 14
X. Synopsis of the Issue 16
High Profile Visits from Both Nations 16
Brazil Support for Delicate Chinese Policies 17
Trade Increase 18
Bypassing the Dollar 19
Industrial Development of Brazil by China 20
Military Cooperation 21
Pros and Cons Regarding the Situation 22
Chapter 2: Basis for Sino-Brazilian Relations and their Policies 23
2.1 Establishment of Sino Brazilian Relations 24
2.1.1 China’s Economic Importance to Brazil 25
2.1.2 Brazil’s Economic Importance to China 27
2.2 Brazil National and Foreign Policy towards Asia and China 29
2.2.1 Brazil’s General Foreign Policy 30

2.2.2 Brazilian Economic Foreign Policy and How it Applies to China 30
2.2.3 Brazilian Foreign Policy, Its Military Influence, and Effects Toward China 31
2.3. Chinese Foreign Policy Towards Brazil and Latin America 34
2.3.1 Chinese Foreign Policy Towards Brazil 36
2.3.2 Chinese Economic Cooperation with Brazil 37
2.3.3 Chinese Military Policy for Latin America and Brazil 38
2.4. US’ Strategic Reset within Latin America 39
2.5. Summary 41
Chapter 3: Cooperation and Exchanges Between China and Brazil 45
3.1 China and Brazil’s Economic Cooperation 45
3.1.1 Trade Cooperation 45
3.1.2 Economic Agreements between China and Brazil 49
3.1.3 Brazil’s Industrial Development lead by China 52
3.2. Polical and Bilateral Agreements Between Brazil and China 54
3.2.1 “BRICS” - China and Brazil 54
3.2.2 Joint Communiqué on Further Strengthening Brazil-China Strategic Partnership 55
3.2.3 Joint Action Plan between the People’s Republic of China and the Federative Republic of Brazil, 2010-2014 57
3.3 Military Cooperation Between Brazil and China 60
3.3.1 Promotion of Military Cooperation 61
3.3.2 Enhancing Military Cooperation 61
3.4 Summary 63
Chapter 4: Friction and Problems Between the Giants 65
4.1 Friction and Problems in the China-Brazil Relations 66
4.1.1 De-industrialisation of Brazilian Industries Due to Trade with China 66
4.1.2 China’s Manipulation of the Renminbi and Brazil’s Actions 68
4.1.3 China’s Pursuit of Eliminating IBSA in Favor of BRICS 70
4.2 Resulting Actions of the Strain in the Relations 73
4.2.1 China’s Acceptance of Brazilian Sales of Native Aircrafts 74
4.2.2 Tightening of Brazil’s Beaureucratic Red Tape and Control of Land Sales 75
4.2.3 Brazilian Pressure on China to Stop Manupulation of Renminbi 76
4.2.4 Brazilian Consideration to Increase Trade and Relations with the United States 78
4.3 Summary 79
Chapter 5: Implications of US Interest and Strategy Within South America 82
5.1 U.S Relations in South America 83
5.1.1 US-Argentina Relations and China’s Opportunity 84
5.1.2 US Renewed Desire to Improve Relations within the Latin American Region 86
5.2 South America, China and the United States 90
5.2.1 China’s Military Influence in Latin America and The Threat it Poses for the United States 90
5.2.2 Venezuela’s Anti-American Stance and its Influence on the Rest of Latin America 92
5.2.3 South American Leaders’ Opposition to US Military Bases in Columbia 95
5.3 Latin America, China, and the US: A Brazilian Perspective 97
5.4 Summary 99
Chapter 6: Conclusion 102
Evolution of Sino-Brazilian Relations and the United States 102
Impact of Sino-Brazilian Relations in the Region 103
Hypothesis Findings 105
Limitations 109
XII. Bibliography 111
Books 111
Policy Papers 112
Journal Articles, Research Papers, and Websites 112

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