China’s independence, and the efforts of other nations in the South to find their own independent ways, arduous as they are, ultimately are not compatible with Washington’s intensely ideological American-centric globalism.
China embraces market dynamics in its economy, but it does not embrace the principle that the market dictates and overrules the interests of society as a whole to the point it becomes hugely detrimental.
Only by collaborating more openly as a region with a shared future can this area of the globe prosper, and it must, in turn, counter politics of unilateralism, hegemonism and geopolitical confrontation striving to divide, politicize, blame and cut the globe up into blocs.
Today, China is the second-largest contributor to the UN peacekeeping budget and has sent more peacekeepers to UN missions than any other permanent member of the Security Council.
International cooperation among space powers should be the answer to the volatility generated by political and ideological disagreements.
China’s accomplishments can be attributed to the CPC’s extraordinary performance over the past century.