A middle power diplomacy : 호주의 政經분리 對중국 정책

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dc.description학위논문 (석사)-- 서울대학교 국제대학원 : 국제대학원 국제학과 국제지역학 전공, 2016. 2. 조영남.-
dc.description.abstractWhile the economic relationship between Australia and China is largely asymmetrical, Australia possesses a degree of leverage over China as 1) Australia is Chinas largest coal supplier and 2) China needs coal for her consistent domestic economic growth. Along with the coal factor, the fact that Australias economic dependence with China has not yet replaced her traditional economic partners, US and Japan, enables Australia to pursue her reciprocal accommodation model, where she separates her politics from the economy so as to strongly react against Chinas assertiveness. In fact, although Australias economic dependence on China has deepened since 2000, China has only partially replaced the position of the US and Japan in the realm of merchandise trade, as its trade commodities lack in diversification. Moreover, China still has a long way to replace the role of US and Japan in the realm of service trade and investment, all of which come together to provide Australia with a larger diplomatic room to pursue her own and unique strategy towards China.-
dc.description.tableofcontents1.0 Research Question and argument 3

2.0 Research 4

3.0 Australias China Policy 5
3.1 Australias China Policy in comparison with that of Koreas 8

4.0 Chinas Australia Policy 11

5.0 A limited commercial liberalism 18

6.0 Economic interdependence with China 22
6.1 A unique relationship of asymmetrical interdependence 22

7.0 Trade 27
7.1 Australia-China Trade 27
7.2 Australia-US Trade 30
7.3 Australia-Japan Trade 31
7.4 Comparison 32
7.4.1 Total Merchandise trade in 2013-2014 32
7.4.2 Merchandise trade & Service Trade in 2013-2014 34
7.4.3 Composition of Merchandise trade with China 35
7.4.4 Total Service Trade in 2013-2014 40

8.0 Investment 42
8.1 Chinas Investment in Australia 43
8.2 US investment in Australia 44
8.3 Japans investment in Australia 45
8.4 Comparison in investment in 2014 46
8.4.1 Domestic concern as a barrier for further investment 49
8.4.2 Australian dilemma on the Chinese investment 52

9.0 Possible Game Changer 53
9.1 Australia-Japan Bilateral and regional trade agreements (JAEPA) 54
9.2 The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA) entering into a force 56
9.3 RCEP and TPP 57
9.4 Australias energy nationalism 61

10.0 Conclusion 64

11.0 Work cited 66

국문초록 75
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dc.publisher서울대학교 국제대학원-
dc.subjectreciprocal accomodation strategy-
dc.subjectmiddle power diplomacy-
dc.subjectcommercial liberalism-
dc.subjecthedging strategy-
dc.subjecttrade peace theory-
dc.titleA middle power diplomacy-
dc.title.alternative호주의 政經분리 對중국 정책-
dc.contributor.AlternativeAuthorJeong-ho Lee-
dc.contributor.affiliation국제대학원 국제학과-
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