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    China International Studies

    No.80, January/February 2020

    來源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    時間:2020-02-25

      Bringing the East and West Together in Shared Commitment to Multilateralism
      Wang Yi
      With rigorous and thorough measures taken, China has full confidence, capacity and determination to defeat the novel coronavirus outbreak. With strong resilience, potential and vitality, the Chinese economy is well positioned to overcome all risks and challenges. As human society has entered the age of globalization, we must transcend the East-West divergence and the North-South divide, to see our shared planet as a community for all.


      Braving Waves and Sailing Forward with Resolve
      Wang Yi
      Facing the complex international situation, China's diplomacy has achieved new advances and new outcomes that have not only bolstered the country's development but also made important contributions to world peace and progress. Despite the difficulties in bilateral relations never seen over the past four decades, cooperation is the best and the only viable option for China and the US.


      The "New India" Vision and the Building of a Closer China-India Partnership
      Rong Ying & Zhang Lei
      Prime Minister Modi's "New India" vision, which has blossomed into a great-power strategy for India's rise, will not only bring about changes in India and in India's relationship with the outside world, but also reshape China-India relations. Building a closer China-India developmental partnership is conducive to mutual enhancement of the two countries' development and complementarity of their respective advantages.


      China's Diplomatic Options in the Face of Profound Global Changes
      Gao Fei
      Amid "profound changes unseen in a century," China should understand its own position and role in the evolution of the world landscape and seize the initiative to shape a fairer and more reasonable international order. While strengthening its institutional power, China will strive to become an innovator of the global system of common values, a creator of the system of common interests, and an explorer of the system of common responsibilities.


      People-to-People Exchange and Building a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind
      Xing Liju
      As a key pillar in building a community with a shared future for mankind, people-to-people exchange helps solidify the major-country diplomacy with Chinese characteristics. China should take concrete measures with a view to eliminating interference, overcoming prejudice and enhancing mutual trust, thereby promoting the sustainable development of people-to-people exchange.


      Contradictions in the Trump Administration's Russia Policy
      Cheng Kefan
      The duality and ambivalence of Trump's Russia policy is the result of differences among US policy-makers on strategic interests and their perception of Russia. It is also deeply influenced by the structural contradictions and interactions between the two countries. There will be no "new Cold War" between the US and Russia, and "limitedpartnership" will be the new normal of the bilateral relationship in the 21st century.


      India's "Connect Central Asia" Policy: Elements and Outcomes
      Wu Zhaoli
      India's current "Connect Central Asia" policy, motivated by strategic considerations to shape the regional security pattern, safeguard energy security, expand economic opportunities and highlight the country's major-power influence, has achieved remarkable results in political and security fields but failed to meet expectations ineconomics and connectivity. There are both advantages and disadvantages for India to advance its Central Asia agenda.


      Our Friend or Foe? Exploring Common Grounds for China-Africa Relations
      Emmanuel Zwanbin
      China's engagement in Africa, with a long history of cordial interaction spanning from ancient to contemporary times, has ushered in a new dynamic and a shift away from Western dominance on the continent. Anchored on mutuality, friendship, compassion and win-win cooperation, China-Africa relations hold a lot of promises and benefits for both.


      The United States' New Africa Strategy: Changes and Continuations
      Zhao Chenguang
      As part of its global strategy, the United States' new Africa policy covers its core interests in Africa and witnessed more continuations than changes. With restraining and counterbalancing China becoming a core objective, the policy will eliminate the achievements of and narrow down the space for China-US third-party cooperation in Africa, and cast shadow on African countries' hard-fought pursuit of independent development.

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