New Era:China and the World

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Table of Contents
Flying High the Banner of Community with a Shared future for Mankind
Contribute Chinese Wisdom to Building a Better World
Building a Better World
Build a Beautiful World in a New Era: Wisdom and Responsibilities of Political Parties
Promote the New Model of Globalization under the Banner of a Community with a Shared Future for Man kind
An Interconnected World
Upgrade the Belt and Road Initiative and Promote Shared Growth

Highlighting the Responsibility of a Major Power
New Era for China and New Hopes for the World
International Influence of China-Restore Common Sense to the International Community
Chinese Wisdom Plays an Important Role in Resolving International and Regonal Issues
Steer Economic Globalizadon towards a New Direcdon and Implement the New Agenda for Sustainable Development
Sharing-The Overarching Principle Governing China's Involvement in Global Governance
China: A Firm Defender of Free Trade

Telling Chinese Stories
The Story of the Communist Party of China: A Cultural Perspective
The Benefits of China's Socialist Democracy Is Becoming Increasingly Obvious in a Chaotic World
Implications of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for the International Community in a New Era
The Nineteenth National Congress of the CPC Draws Great International Attendon

Analyzing the China-U.S.Relations
Rational Perspectives on the Evolution of China-U.S.Relations since Donald Trump Took office
The Development of China-US Relations Calls for a New Way of Thinking
Mutual Respect Is the Key to the Sustained Development of China-US Relations

Reflecting on Global Governance
Global Nuclear Security Govcrnance Calls for New Consensuses
Where Is the Way for Global Anti-terrorism Efforts?
What Did G20 Hangzhou Summit Lealve the World?
BRICS for Ten Years: Where Is the BRICS Heading?
Where Is the Value of BRICS Cooperation?

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There's an old saying in China - "Within the four seas all men are brothers." If we take a look at the diplomatic history of China, from the expedition of King Mu of Zhou Dynasty to western countries more than 3,000 years ago to Zhang Qian's mission to the western regions more than 2,000 years ago, Monk Xuan2ang's journey to the west and Monk Jianzhen's journey to Japan more than 1,000 years ago, Marco Polo's 17-year adventure in China and the seven ocean expeditions led by Zheng He for the Ming emperor, we can see that the country has always been connected to the rest of the world in an intrinsic manner.

In the pre-modern era, the exchanges between China and the outside world were mostly peaceful by nature. However, the Opium Wars broke this tranqulity and rudely dragged China into the torrents of world history. To some extent, the modern history of China, which started from the Opium War of 1840, is prominently shaped by China's interactions with the outside world. Over the past lOO-plus years,China has gone through the pro-isolationism foreign policy of the Qing government, a semi-colonial and semi-feudal state under the rule of the Northern Warlords and the Kuomintang (KMT), and tentative explotations of socialism in a semi-enclosed environment following the establishment of the People's Republic of China in the face of external hostility. It was not until the winter of 1978 that there was substantive progress in China's relationship with the outside world, largely because of the reform and opening-up policy rolled out at the Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China held in Beijing."
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