China International Studies

No.75, March/April 2019

来源:China International Studies    作者:China International Studies    时间:2019-05-29

Working for a Community with a Shared Future for Mankind by Promoting International Cooperation and Multilateralism

Yang Jiechi

History tells us that we can only realize our peoples' dreams for a better life by upholding multilateralism and enhancing global cooperation. China advocates a steadfast commitment to advance international cooperation, uphold and develop multilateralism, and make the international order more just and equitable.


Exploration of Xi Jinping's Vision of Global Governance

Wu Zhicheng & Wu Yu

As an important part of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, Xi's vision of global governance features a lofty global perspective, deep-rooted ideological origins, distinctive historical characteristics and profound theoretical connotations. His thoughts have far-reaching influence on global governance theories and practices, and China's modernization.


International Law and Major-Power Diplomacy with Chinese Characteristics

Zhang Xiaojun & Wei Binbin

International institutions and norms, founded on universally accepted international law, have created a relatively stable external environment for China's peaceful development. Without a concerted effort to buttress established international law, it would be impossible for China to conduct its major-country diplomacy, foster a new type of international relations and build a community with a shared future for mankind.


China-Africa  Joint  Industrial  Parks:  History,  Challenges  and  Solutions

Wang Hongyi

China-Africa cooperation on industrial parks has entered a period of rapid progress, which provides unprecedented opportunities for economic development of both sides. In the face of challenges like investment security and homogenous competition, the Chinese government and the firms concerned should plan proactively and respond appropriately, to push the industrial park cooperation to a higher level.


Open Regionalism and China-Australia Cooperation in the South Pacific Islands Region

Wang Shiming

South Pacific island countries have pursued open regionalism to integrate into the economic globalization process, eliminate poverty and achieve sustainable development. The dialogue and consultation of China and Australia on the development and cooperation in this region are both in the benefit of the island countries and conducive to deepening the two sides' comprehensive strategic partnership.


New Trends and Impact of American Populism

Shen Yamei

Populism in the United States, with several trends in recent years, has brought about new risks to the country and the world. Combined with the "China threat," it heralds profound adjustments in Washington's foreign strategy and its China policy, with a tougher stance toward China becoming a "new normal" of the Trump administration to integrate its domestic policies and diplomacy.


Security Governance of the Indian Ocean: Challenges and Way Forward 

Li Kekun & Lou Chunhao

In stark contrast to the increasing geopolitical and geo-economic value of the Indian Ocean, the effects of regional governance mechanisms are less satisfactory than expected to address the intertwined traditional and non-traditional security threats. The international community should, based on existing security mechanisms, work to build a kind of governance that is more open, inclusive, pragmatic and sustainable.


New Trends and Prospects of the Afghan Peace Process

Wang Shida

The Afghan peace process has taken on a new look with the acceleration of related negotiations, but there are still differences between the parties that have to be resolved. China will consistently support a peace process led and owned by the Afghans, and strive to play an active and constructive role in Afghanistan's reconstruction and development efforts.


The Signing of the Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea and Its Implications

Jiao Yiqiang

The signing of the Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea after more than two decades of marathon negotiations established a new legal foundation for the sensible yet comprehensive settlement and management of Caspian issues. However, uncertainties still remain concerning future implementation of the Convention given the deep-rooted conflict of interests among coastal countries.


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