Wu Jianmin Former President, China Foreign Affairs University
Mar 03 , 2015
China’s foreign policy three “no’s” are no expansion, no hegemony, and no alliances. Its foreign policy three “yes’s” are to peace, development, and cooperation. President Xi Jinping has stated over and over again that China will stick to this peaceful development strategy.
Chen Jimin Associate Research Fellow, CPC Party School
Jan 26 , 2015
Chen Jimin explains the four principle aspects of China’s new approach to foreign policy, called “major-power diplomacy,” which entails agenda setting, strategy promotion, and flexibility.
Chen Xiangyang Deputy Director, CICIR
Dec 31 , 2014
Speaking at the recent Central Conference on Work Relating to Foreign Affairs, Xi Jinping spelled out China’s new foreign-policy vision, which many have characterized as a diplomatic manifesto to secure the “Chinese dream”.
Oct 22 , 2014
China must forge partnerships with strategic pivots, or nations with which it has stable relations, to extend its influence.
Ma Shikun Senior Journalist, the People’s Daily
Jan 30 , 2014
Recent proposals for China to adopt an ‘alignment policy’ are strengthening as the United States continues its rebalancing strategy and return to Asia. However, Ma Shikun argues China should not abandon its nonalignment stance points out how the policy has contributed to China’s successful gains in recent years.