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    China International Studies

    No.83, July/August 2020

    來源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    時間:2020-08-25

      Bring China-US Relations Back to the Right Track of Coordination, Cooperation and Stability

      Zheng Zeguang

      China and the US stand to gain from cooperation and lose from confrontation, and the right way of co-existence between China and the US is seeking common ground while putting aside differences. The US side should correct its mistakes, give up anti-China gibberish, and work with the Chinese side to bring bilateral relations back to the right track of coordination, cooperation and stability.

      

      The Form, Essential Characteristics, and Intrinsic Value of a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind

      Liu Jianfei

      Based on the Marxist concept of community for mankind, the community with a shared future for mankind combines the characteristics of the times and reality, and can be understood in terms of the dichotomy between "what is" and "what ought to be." All countries should realize the interdependence of their destinies and work together to meet various challenges.

      

      The Trump Administration's Restructuring of China-US Relations: Ambitions and Limitations

      Wu Xinbo

      The Trump administration's restructuring of China-US relations has seriously weakened the strategic mutual trust, undermined the foundation and reversed the direction of bilateral relations. China needs to take a steady growth in strength as a support, a reasonable exchange of interests as a starting point, and an appropriate foreign policy as a tool, to shape a China-US relationship featuring healthy competition and mutual benefits.

      

      The Belt and Road Initiative and the Theoretical Innovation of International Cooperation: Culture, Philosophy and Practice

      Sun Jisheng

      The Belt and Road international cooperation exhibits the uniquely Chinese manner in cooperation and social practice that is hardly explained by traditional Western theories of international relations. Its practice goes beyond institutional cooperation, homogeneous cooperation, and cooperation based on common interests, providing new elements for theories of international relations.

      

      China's New Pattern of Economic Opening-Up Led by the Belt and Road Initiative

      Mao Xinya, Deborah Healey & John Russell

      The Belt and Road Initiative is one of China's key strategic projects to contribute more to global economic growth and governance. The initiative has led the Chinese economy into a new pattern of comprehensive opening up, and seeks to be a benchmark and a new vehicle for other developing and emerging countries to address their development needs.

       

      New Development and Motivation in Relations between Japan and the Philippines

      Zhu Haiyan

      Due to Japan's active diplomatic offensive and positive response from the Philippines, Japan-Philippines relations have been upgraded to a strengthened strategic partnership, with closer political contacts, deepening security ties, accelerated economic cooperation, and more active people-to-people exchanges. The bilateral relations will continue to grow, but will not undergo qualitative changes oriented to an alliance.

       

      The ROK's Assessment of and Response to China-US Trade Friction

      Liu Rongrong & Sun Ru

      China-US trade friction has brought significant economic challenges and spillover effects on the diplomacy and security of the ROK, an important trading partner for both China and the United States. While the ROK has taken countermeasures to reduce negative impacts and expand its strategic maneuvering space, China should actively expand cooperation with the ROK to promote high-level regional integration.

      

      G20 and Global Health Governance

      Jin Jiyong

      In order to handle public health threats and the dysfunctional global health system, and maintain organizational vitality, the G20 has been actively engaged in global health governance on setting agendas, building financing mechanisms, and working with other multilateral institutions, but it has also faced challenges such as different policy priorities among its members and the lack of monitoring mechanisms.

      

      The Shanghai Cooperation Organization and Global Governance in the New Era

      Deng Hao

      Global governance has become a central theme of the SCO in the new era, driven by the inclusion of India and Pakistan, stronger institutional synergy and cooperation between China and Russia, and US unilateralism and conservatism. Despite internal and external challenges, the SCO holds its unique advantage in global governance and will make due contributions to building a fair international order.

      

      The United Nations in Global Ocean Governance: Role, Dilemma and Solution

      He Jian & Wang Xue

      The UN plays a significant role in formulating ocean governance initiatives, honoring contractual commitments of ocean governance, and enhancing compliance capacity of relevant stakeholders. Facing challenges posed by increasing diversity and complexity of global ocean governance, the UN should take a pragmatic approach to forging consensus, and improve institutional building to better exert leadership in global ocean governance.

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