No 41, July/August 2013

China International Studies | 作者: 姜志达 | 时间: 2013-09-04 | 责编: 姜志达
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Exploring the Path of Major-Country Diplomacy With Chinese Characteristics

Wang Yi 5

What kind of role will China play in global affairs, what foreign policy will China follow and what impacts will China have on the world? The world is interested in these questions. China is also thinking about and exploring these questions. China is ready to respond to the expectation of the international community by connecting its domestic situation with the world’s situation and identifying shared interests with other parties.


Winning the Next Decade: China’s Multi-pivot Diplomacy

Ruan Zongze 18

China’s new central leadership is weaving a sound diplomatic network with major countries, neighboring countries and developing countries alike. Moving forward, China will adopt a global perspective and maintain human ideals, seek to establish a new type of major-country relations and focus on deepening ties with neighboring countries, especially developing countries. China will actively participate in global governance, safeguard international justice and perform its own 21st century responsibilities with concrete actions.


The Significance of Chinese Values in the World

Yu Xintian 46

The author believes that China’s core values and China’s foreign values constitute the very essence of China’s value system which not only guides China’s modernization process with its cultural and spiritual resourcefulness but also carries great significance in a world of diverse and interacting cultures.


Creating a Bright Future for China-Arab Relations

Chen Xiaodong 69

China takes China-Arab relationship as diplomatic priority and handles it strategically to build an in-depth, friendly and cooperative bilateral relationship. The author argues that China’s policy towards Arab countries has three core elements and four principles and that the Arab world has undergone historic changes, to which Chinese government has paid great attention.


China-Arab Relations: History and Reality

Yang Fuchang 79

China perceives the developing countries as the diplomatic cornerstone and strategic foothold, and has attached importance to strengthening and developing relations with Arab countries. The principles that China follows in response to the changes in the Arab world have received growing support despite some misperceptions.


Upheaval in the Arab World and China-Arab Cooperation

Sekkal 84

Currently, the Arab world is under unprecedented gigantic changes. After decades of dependency on other nations, the Arab world regains its right to make decisions on its own and finds itself at a crossroads. Changes in a region with geopolitical edge and rich natural resources will bring incredible impact to the international society.


Obama’s Rebalancing to the Asia Pacific

Liu Feitao 90

The US fine-tunes and slows down the rebalancing strategy in the Asia Pacific, trying to manage relations in a stable and balanced manner. The US rebalancing strategy shows a change in pace, priority, manner and gesture, but the partial changes will not change the general direction and basic layout of the strategy.


The Syrian Crisis and the Restructuring of the Middle East

Liu Li 110

Upheavals in the Middle East that began in late 2010 have sparked large-scale and long-term regional turbulence, while Syria has become the converging point of all major contradictions in the region. China should view the upheavals from a historical and strategic perspective, and formulate its Middle Eastern diplomatic strategy with Chinese characteristics.


China’s Strategic Response to Global Governance

Pang Zhongying & Wang Ruiping 129

The international community currently has high expectations for a rising China to play a greater role in global governance. China’s role in global governance has even become a prominent theme for academic and policy research in some countries. China’s participation in global governance will not only satisfy the needs of China’s own development and safety, but also fulfill China’s responsibilities as a great power.


Global Governance Calls for Respecting Diversity of Development

Huang Zhaoyu 147

The expanding globalization has diffused the domestic and inter-state political, economic, social and other issues to the rest of the world quickly, posing grave threats to national security and social stability of individual countries and even human survival as a whole. The humanity needs a new approach to deal with these challenges.