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    China International Studies

    No.82, May/June 2020

    來源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    時間:2020-06-25

      The Creative Development of Chinese Diplomatic Theory for the New Era

      Yan Dexue & Hua Guiping

      Based on the scientific judgement of China's historical orientation and the prevailing trend of world development, the Xi Jinping Thought on Diplomacy, as reflected in a group of ideas it advocates, meets the requirements dictated by the nature and direction of major-country diplomacy with Chinese characteristics. It has also contributed Chinese wisdom to the development of the theory of international relations.

      

    How COVID-19 is Changing the World Order

      The COVID-19 novel coronavirus, which has developed into a global pandemic, is bound to have a profound and complex impact on the world order. How is the international community going to address the challenge and what will a Chinese approach look like? To provide our readers with more insights, China International Studies has invited six prominent Chinese scholars to share their ideas on the influence of COVID-19 on the world structure, international relations, and globalization.

      China Should Pursue Four Principles as Coronavirus Hits the World

      Yu Hongjun

      Cooperation: An Iron Law for a Community with a Shared Future

      Qin Yaqing

      The COVID-19 Pandemic and Its Impact on Contemporary International Relations

      Yang Jiemian

      Attaching Great Importance to New Adjustments of Globalization and Their Impacts

      Zhang Yunling

      One World, Two Orders

      Ruan Zongze

      The Dual Role of COVID-19 in Changing International Landscape

      Cui Hongjian

     

      Analysis of the United States' New Central Asia Strategy

      Zeng Xianghong

      The United States' new Central Asia strategy, issued in the context of increased efforts by the US government to contain Russia and China with both elements of continuity and changes, will inevitably have an impact on the development of the Central Asian countries and major-power relations in the region. However, constrained by various factors, the new strategy will hardly yield the expected goals.

     

      America's Return to Central and Eastern Europe and its Implications

      He Zhigao

      The Trump administration sees Central and Eastern Europe as a new regional strategic foothold in great-power competition and an extension of US grand strategic adjustment. With complex strategic considerations, the US return to the region will weaken the EU's strategic autonomy and undermine the transatlantic ties, and also add uncertainty to China-CEEC cooperation.

     

      A New Competitive Situation in the Digital Economy and China's Actions

      Pan Xiaoming

      The digital economy and the subsequent changes in the international division of labor are reshaping the original global value chains and redefining the competitive advantages of countries. While strengthening its own digital technology research as well as digital economy construction, China should properly handle differences and competition with Western countries to facilitate sound development of the international digital economy.

     

      China and Central Asian Countries Jointly Building the Digital Silk Road: Foundations, Challenges and Paths

      Wang Haiyan

      The digital economy is the most promising new area for China-Central Asia cooperation on the Silk Road Economic Belt. Through country-specific policy support and strategic synergy, China can help promote the digital transformation and modernization of Central Asian countries, enhance the development level of Asia-Europe digital economy, and build a beautiful and win-win Digital Silk Road.

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