There is no doubt that China has set a global record in the fight against poverty which offers Africa an opportunity to learn and to build a strong socio-economic foundation for the future prosperity of its people.
There are two main presuppositions for the efforts to yield better results. The first is the preservation of peace and multilateralism. And the second is finding a balance to keep globalization alive, even if a more nuanced approach has been forged since the outbreak of the pandemic.
As the green development concept becomes espoused by growing numbers of Chinese people, many Chinese cities previously plagued by smoggy days are now growingly beguiled by blue skies. This change is thanks to the country’s implementation of a wide range of green development policies.
The assassination of Iran’s nuclear scientist will make the prospects of Iran nuclear issue more complicated as it might make global efforts to restart the multilateral approach to the nuclear issue more difficult.
We must end the social injustices that put people at risk of contracting HIV. And we must fight for the right to health and ensure universal access. Barriers such as up-front user fees that lock people out of health must come down.
The government needs to develop closer ties with market entities while maintaining integrity and impartiality.
While we Chinese scholars could do more to elaborate on China’s peaceful development and its foreign policy, our American counterparts may help Washington make the choice of living peacefully with a modernized, strong and prosperous China, a major country with a different culture and a different political and economic system.
China strives to build a better Xinjiang which is united, harmonious, prosperous and progressive, ecologically friendly with people living and working in peace and contentment.
No nation can solve climate change alone, for instance. No nation can reverse the environmental damage human society has inflicted on the planet or create the technologies that lead us closer to net zero alone. It will require the coming together of states, leaders, business, activists, consumers, and every tranche of society to wean the world off carbon.
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The future competition between China and the United States may be decided by the country that can continue to grow its middle class and expand the market.
One shudders to think where the U.S. will be in five, 15 or 30 years—even if Biden is able to govern effectively for the next four.