The theory promotes ownership in two ways. First, it calls for a bigger involvement of the Global South and its representatives in the U.N. human rights framework. Second, there should also be more room for approaches valued in the Global South.
The financial sector attracts some of the most visionary and clear-eyed risk-takers and decision makers. Their confidence in China’s financial services opening and reform should be a source of encouragement for those who see the value of greater openness and integration.
The perception of Chinese game development is shifting. The release of the trailer for the eagerly anticipated Black Myth: Wukong, based on the traditional Chinese legends of Sun Wukong, aka the Monkey King, topped 10 million views on Chinese social media site Bilibili and 2 million views on Youtube, the latter being a watershed achievement for a Chinese release.
The resurgence of Chinese economy means a lot globally. As China is the world’s second largest economy as well as its global manufacturing hub, its growth can propel commercial activities around the world.
Human rights, including the rights to an education and employment, are vital to ensure a life worthy of a human being. However, they also lay bare the moral vision of a country and the type of people that country wishes to foster. What the U.S. is doing is both a tragedy and a travesty. It can and must do better.
In an uncertain world, Europe’s commitment to multilateralism is good for stability and acknowledges China’s growing role. Obviously, not all European countries, whether member-states of the EU or not, agree, and sometimes they chart their own foreign policies.
EU is opposed to the U.S. not only on the Iran nuclear issue but also on a variety of issues, including U.S. withdrawal from UNESCO, quitting climate change agreement and quitting WHO.
China will deepen international cooperation in poverty reduction, participate more actively in global governance, and provide more “China programs” for global poverty management.
In 2019 alone, about 340 impoverished counties and 10 million people were lifted out of poverty. And Xi has pledged that after the eradication of absolutely poverty in 2020, China will launch a campaign to eliminate relative poverty.
If anybody can show the world how to do that last mile [of ending extreme poverty], it probably is China.