The 14th BRICS Summit is of great importance in jointly upholding international fairness and justice, revitalizing global development, and promoting the building of a community with a shared future for mankind.
Since the end of the Cold War in 1991, each subsequent U.S. administration has emphasized that it is ‘on the right side of history,’ despite their expansionist attempts with catastrophic results, such as in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Libya. From these instances, it is obvious who the real expansionist is.
China and the EU share a great responsibility to uphold the global free trade system and other forms of multilateral cooperation, especially on achieving sustainable development and meeting the Paris agreement targets.
Given Washington’s counterproductive policy in the Pacific and in the Western Hemisphere, it would be welcome for many to see Argentina, Mexico, and Indonesia cooperating with China and BRICS to promote peace and development.