本文屬於規範性的研究，在於提出個人對於國際永久和平的看法。本文分為六個部分。首先，對於歷史上曾經出現過的國際和平思想進程進行析論;其次，探討目前有無可能跳越「國家」這個長久存在的和平論述主體? 第三，嘗試解開和平論述的傳統面紗，將和平論述的主體從抽象的「國家」 轉移到更為實質的「政府」;第四，介紹「開放和平論」的理論基礎;第五，探究「開放政治市場」在歷史發展過程中曾經有過的若干實踐經驗及其意義;最後，則是對「開放政治市場」的內涵及實踐可行性表述。「開放政治市場」可以包含三個部分，依次為「職位開放」、「政黨開放」、「政府開放」，未來如果透過教育、傳播與政治運動，以「開放政治市場」來追求永久和平終有實現一天。
This article is normative in nature; it attempts to delineate the author’s view on international peace in six parts. It begins with a review of the development of international peace theory, and then advances to a discussion on the possibility of skipping the “state”—the long established subject in peace discourse—in our probing of the issue in point. The third part attempts to shift the abstract subject of the “state” in traditional peace discourse to a more substantial one of the “government.” The fourth part provides an account of the theory of “Open Peace”(open political market for peace). The fifth part examines the practices and the meaning of the “open political market” in history. The concluding part elaborates on the significance of the “open political market” and the viability of practice. The opening up of political market can be advanced in three stages, respectively marked by the opening up of official posts, foreign party registration, and the governmental per se. The author believes that the proposition of the “open political market” can be achieved in the future through education, dissemination of the ideal and political movement.
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