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The Study for Peace Strategies of Small or Separated Countries: How to Keep Peace between the Strait by Mohist
|關鍵字:||小國;分裂國家;和平;兩岸關係;墨學;墨子;孔子;small country;separated country;peace;cross-strait relationship;Mohist;Mozi;Confucian||Project:||全球政治評論, Issue 70, Page(s) 27-53||摘要:||
Both relationship on Sino-America and the Cross-Strait became tense since 2017. The purpose of this paper is to find models and examples for small countries or separated countries to build peace for themselves, and explore future peace strategy for Taiwan. The author compares the peace promotion model among the fourteen small countries next to the Soviet Union, the strategic triangle model, the Chinese name and order mode, and also compares the facts of the separated countries to promote peace among West and East Germany, North and South Korea, and Tanzania. The Andorra double-ruling model with no war for seven hundred years, the Swiss neutral state model with no war for two hundred years, and the Swedish model of avoiding war, Singapore has adjusted from a ＂selecting one side＂ to a balanced strategy. After referring the positive peace submitted by Johan Galtung, love based on close-order by Confucian, totally-equal-love and reality approach by Mozi, and non-violence communication by Marshall Rosenberg, three directions of cross-strait for Taiwan to keep peace are submitted. They are substituting status-as-order by reality-as-order＂, ＂totally-equal-love and mutual beneficial help＂ and ＂populating peace and communication education＂. It is hoped the totally-equal-love in Mohist and cosmopolitanism in Confucianism can be achieved among the Chinese people and the world.
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