China’s New World Order?

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted Nov 30, 2017 | Project Syndicate, Ramesh Thakur

In the aftermath of the Chinese Communist Party’s 19th Party Congress, Chinese President Xi Jinping has solidified his position as China’s most powerful leader since Mao Zedong. His thought on socialism with Chinese characteristics on the new era, is focused on advancing balanced international development towards a global community with a shared future for all mankind. He now has a domestic mandate to  pursue his vision of a China-led international order. But, as Ramesh Thakur points out in this survey for Project Syndicate, of articles by Western and Australian authors writing on the challenges China faces in its new role, the benefits of emerging primacy in the twenty-first century are intertwined with difficult choices, requiring insight and considerable wisdom.


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