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China’s Choices in a Changing International Order

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The current volatility concerning the character of the international order requires a prolonged period of observation before any accurate conclusions about its dynamics and context can be drawn. Major changes are bound to take place in the international order, but it will be a challenge for China to identify the direction of these changes, take advantage of the trend, and promote the evolution of the international order toward a more just and reasonable direction.

Author name: Da Wei
Journal title: China International Studies
Year.(Issue):Pages 2021.(2):24-38