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FAKTOR IDIOSYNCRATIC MA YING-JEOU PADA KEBIJAKAN LUAR NEGERI TAIWAN MELALUI THREE NO’S POLICY

Aini, Jihan Mahligai (2018) FAKTOR IDIOSYNCRATIC MA YING-JEOU PADA KEBIJAKAN LUAR NEGERI TAIWAN MELALUI THREE NO’S POLICY. Bachelors Degree (S1) thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.

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Abstract

This research describes idiosyncratic factor of Ma Ying-jeou on Taiwan’s Foreign Policy through Three No’s Policy. Three No’s Policy making connections between Taiwan and Tiongkok are better from Ma Ying-jeou’s term of government. Three no’s policy is approved is aprovedas the most profitable policy for Taiwan under Ma Ying-jeou, because through this policy Taiwan and Tiongkok have a lot of corporation, especially corporation in cross-strait. This research using idiosyncratic concept based on a description of a description of Falkowski who used to describe how the influence of ideology, youth experience, speech and political carreer Ma Ying-jeou in issuing Three No’ Policy. This research using descriptive method with qualitative approach through journals, books, news and thesis. The result shows that Ma Ying-jeou idiosyncratic is Mediator with traits; low nasionalism, high conceptual complexity, low distrust of others, high believe in own control, high need for affiliation, high need for power. The character of this Mediator often unifies the differences between countries and plays the role of go between, this the same as the efforts that have been done by M Ying-jeou in reconciling the relationship between Tiongkok and Taiwan with a lot of cross-strait coorporation trough issuing Three No’s Policy. This research describes idiosyncratic factor of Ma Ying-jeou on Taiwan’s Foreign Policy through Three No’s Policy. Three No’s Policy making connections between Taiwan and Tiongkok are better from Ma Ying-jeou’s term of government. Three no’s policy is approved is aprovedas the most profitable policy for Taiwan under Ma Ying-jeou, because through this policy Taiwan and Tiongkok have a lot of corporation, especially corporation in cross-strait. This research using idiosyncratic concept based on a description of a description of Falkowski who used to describe how the influence of ideology, youth experience, speech and political carreer Ma Ying-jeou in issuing Three No’ Policy. This research using descriptive method with qualitative approach through journals, books, news and thesis. The result shows that Ma Ying-jeou idiosyncratic is Mediator with traits; low nasionalism, high conceptual complexity, low distrust of others, high believe in own control, high need for affiliation, high need for power. The character of this Mediator often unifies the differences between countries and plays the role of go between, this the same as the efforts that have been done by M Ying-jeou in reconciling the relationship between Tiongkok and Taiwan with a lot of cross-strait coorporation trough issuing Three No’s Policy.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelors Degree (S1))
Student ID: 201310360311249
Keywords: Three no’s, KMT, cross-strait, foreign policy, and idiosyncratic
Subjects: J Political Science > JZ International relations
Divisions: Faculty of Social and Political Science > Department of International Relations (64201)
Depositing User: CKO Repository
Date Deposited: 15 Dec 2018 01:25
Last Modified: 15 Dec 2018 01:25
URI : http://eprints.umm.ac.id/id/eprint/42034

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