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Obama's Asia-Pacific Policy: Perspective from Open Door and Extra-regional Hegemony Strategy
|關鍵字:||Grand Strategy;大戰略;Pivot to Asia;Extra-regional Hegemony;Open Door;Offshore Balancing;亞洲樞紐戰略;超區域霸權戰略;門戶開放;離岸平衡||出版社:||臺中市：國立中興大學國際政治研究所||Project:||全球政治評論, Issue 42, Page(s) 63-90.||摘要:||
Since Obama was inaugurated as president of the United States, the strategic focus of his administration has gradually shifted from the Middle East to the Asia-Pacific region, attracting concerns and discussions from all angles. This article examines the Asia-Pacific strategies of the U.S. in order to clarify the significance of the shift in strategies. It does a general review of the strategic plan proposed by and the relevant accomplishments of the Obama administration concerning the Asia-Pacific region during his first term in office and performs an analysis in accordance with Scholar Christopher Layne’s extra-regional hegemony theory and open door doctrine. The study finds that the Obama administration's Asia-Pacific strategies are based on the open door doctrine. The administration promotes free trade and free economic systems in the Asia-Pacific region and is devoted to disseminating core political values such as democracy and the protection of human rights, which falls in-line with the U.S. grand strategy since the 1940s, with the only difference being in prioritized areas. The overall strategy continues on the same path traditionally taken by the U.S.
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