Chen Yue & Pu Ping

China’s New Diplomacy Concept

Building a Community of Shared Future for Mankind

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This book focuses on the core of diplomatic thinking of building a community with a shared future for mankind, and explores Chinese solutions to the problems of peace and development in the world today.

This book studies and comprehends the strategic concept of the Belt and Road and presents China’s glorious achievements in the field of diplomacy from five aspects, namely ‘build a community of shared future for mankind’, ‘build new type of international relations taking win-win cooperation as core’, ‘practice the right view of rightness and benefit’, ‘lead the reform of global governance system’, and ‘promote the strategic concept of the Belt and Road’. It focuses on the core of diplomatic thinking of building a community of a shared future for mankind, and explores Chinese solutions to the problems of peace and development in the world today. The book believes that the idea of ​​building a community of a shared future for mankind has a profound strategic vision and distinctive Chinese characteristics. It features a transcendence and innovation of traditional international relations theories. It will definitely have a major impact on the promotion of world peace and development and the progress of human society, building mutual respect, a new type of international relations featuring fairness, justice, and win-win cooperation. It condenses China’s basic propositions and positions on international relations and paves the way to a community of human destiny; practicing the correct concept of righteousness and benefit is the value orientation of socialist diplomacy with Chinese characteristics in the new era and establishes the moral foundation for promoting the building of a community of human destiny; leading the change of the global governance system and promoting the construction of “One Belt, One Road” is a major practical innovation of socialist diplomacy with Chinese characteristics and a systematic project for building a community of human destiny.

Binding

Paperback

Contents

Preface – The Intrinsic Relation Between China’s Global Diplomacy and Domestic Governance: Xi Jinping’s New Visions

  1. The Formation of Xi Jinping’s Thought on the Governance of China
  2. Xi Jinping: The Governance of China
  3. The Historical Parameters of Xi Jinping’s Concept of State Governance

Introduction – Innovation of Major-Country Diplomacy with Chinese Characteristics

Chapter 1 – Forging the Concept of a Community of Shared Future for Mankind

  1. The proposition and connotations of the idea of “a community of shared future for mankind”
  2. The origin of the concept of a community of shared future for mankind
  3. The realistic foundation of building a community of shared future for mankind
  4. Establishing the path to a community of shared future for mankind
  5. The significance of forging a community of shared future for mankind in the contemporary world

Chapter 2 – Establishing a New Model of International Relations Featuring Win-Win Cooperation

  1. The proposition and connotations of a new model of international relations
  2. Peace, development, cooperation and win-win result becoming the trend of the times
  3. Firmly and unswervingly following the path of peaceful development

4 . Maintaining China’s friendly relations with neighborhood countries

  1. Building a new model of major-country relations

Chapter 3 – Implementing the Values of Friendship, Justice and Shared Interests

  1. The proposition and connotations of the values of friendship, justice and shared interests
  2. The inheritance and innovation in implementing the values of friendship, justice and shared interests
  3. Strengthening the solidarity and cooperation with developing countries
  4. Fulfilling the obligations of a responsible major country

Chapter 4 – Leading the Reform of the Global Governance System

  1. The proposition of the reform of the global governance system
  2. China’s opportunities in leading the reform of the global governance system
  3. Strengthening China’s contribution to the reform of the global governance system
  4. China’s innovation to promote the reform of the global governance system

Chapter 5 – Advancing the Belt and Road Construction

  1. The proposition of the Belt and Road Initiative
  2. The blueprint of the Belt and Road construction
  3. Opportunities and challenges for the Belt and Road Initiative
  4. The progress and fruits of the Belt and Road Initiative
  5. The significance of constructing the Belt and Road

Author Biography

Chen Yue, born in 1956, is the dean, professor and doctoral supervisor of the School of International Relations, Renmin University of China. He is currently the dean of the National Security Research Institute of Renmin University of China, a member of the Degree Evaluation Committee of Renmin University of China, and the chairman of the Political Science and Sociology Branch of Renmin University of China. Concurrently serves as the chairman of the National University International Politics Research Association, the deputy director of the Political Science Steering Committee of the Ministry of Education, a special director of the Contemporary World Research Center, a member of the editorial board of “Politics Studies” magazine, academic consultant of “International Political Studies” magazine, and “Diplomatic Review” “Magazine consultant”.

Pu Ping, a professor at the School of International Relations, Renmin University of China. Mainly engaged in teaching and research in the fields of China’s multilateral diplomacy, international organizations, and international law. Participated in the writing of “Contemporary World Economy and Politics”, “International Organizations” and other textbooks, and published in “Teaching and Research” and “International Forum”. Dozens of papers have been published in journals.

Details

Format: paperback
Publication date: 2021
Page extent: 166
ISBN: 9786057693518
Also available as ebook

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