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Principles of Germany's International Military Deployment: German Use of Force Policy in Iraq as an Example

By Shun-Wen Wang and 王順文

Abstract

德國參與國際出兵行動呈現更具自主性的情況,特別是在伊拉克出兵政策上面,不再是以美國為馬首是瞻,本文將以德國拒絕參與伊拉克出兵行動為例,探討德國參與國際出兵行動時所考量之原則,並從政治菁英於聯邦議會之辯論過程,探討不同黨派在出兵行動立場的共通原則與差異之處。This paper focuses on principles related to Germany's international military deployment and use of force policy, especially on Iraq-related issues. Germany is more independent on decision-making at this issue, and shows that it does not necessarily follow the actions of United States. This paper examines debates among political elites in German parliament, and analyzes common grounds and different point of views of political parties

Topics: 德國出兵政策, 伊拉克, 文明強權, 戰略文化, 聯邦議會, German Use of Force Policy, Iraq, Civilian Power, Strategic Culture, Bundestag
Publisher: 臺中市:國立中興大學國際政治研究所
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:ir.lib.nchu.edu.tw:11455/80526
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