[[abstract]]海峽兩岸持續深化的經濟整合經常被學者視為兩岸政治關係的穩定因子。然而經濟互賴 與國際互動關係的正面與負面評價，仍然一直在學術界引起爭議。本文將透過文獻理論上的 探討，檢視海峽兩岸持續增長的經濟結合對兩岸軍事衝突可能性的衝擊影響。三個認為經濟 互賴會帶來和平的主要機制，會應用在兩岸關係上予以探討。台灣持續的經濟依賴中國以及 存在的領土爭論問題已廣為國際認知。本研究結論為海峽兩岸的經濟整合會降低軍事衝突的 可能性是不被支持的。 Deepening economic integration across Taiwan Strait is normally believed by scholars to be a stabilizing factor in cross-Strait political relations. Nonetheless, the virtues and vices of economic interdependence in relation to international relations have been debated. This paper will examine the impact of growing cross-Strait economic ties on the likelihood of cross-Strait military conflict through the broader literatures. Three main causal mechanisms through which the economic interdependence between states would promote peace will be discussed on the operating processes in cross-Strait relationship. The continuing Taiwan’s economic dependence on China and the existing territorial dispute problems are globally recognized. This research concludes that the economic integration across Taiwan Strait will lower the possibility of military conflict is unsupporte
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