- My Understanding of China
My Understanding of China
When it comes to foreign policy, the EU seems to be trying to rebalance itself between the U.S. and China. The U.S. undoubtedly remains the EU’s most important ally, and their transatlantic partnership will be Europe’s strategic focus for a long time to come.
China-Algeria relations continue to grow 65 years after their establishment.
The continuity of Chinese values is clear: quality of life; shared values and collective action; harmony of peoples and cultures.
China’s modernisation effort is not only a call to duty to humanity, but an obligation to shoulder more responsibility with the world.
The extent to which the West has gone to counter BRI is a sign of China’s success.
Both China and the United States share close economic ties with other Asia-Pacific economies, and the improvement of their relations injects a strong boost into regional cooperation.
Without a doubt, President Xi’s San Francisco trip has stabilized China-U.S. ties and injected new impetus into Asia-Pacific cooperation. Before the meetings, a poster promised that ‘APEC is going to be EPIC.’ And it has.
The U.S. should discard the hawkish approach toward China and make full use of the current opportunities to improve the bilateral relations for the sake of stability and prosperity of the world.
A shared future envisaged in the UN 2030 Agenda can only be achieved through the collective efforts of all countries.
China’s call for building a community with a shared future for all mankind is not a cynical slogan to expose the self-seeking nature of Western hegemony.
In response to the new era, Chinese modernization offers an alternative to Western liberal capitalist principles.
I see the internet as an important battleground for hearts and minds – an opportunity to turn young people into China’s friends before others have the opportunity to make them our enemies.