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WION Global Summit: Decoding China | How is Xi Jinping driving China's quest for global domination?

Jun 06, 2021
To understand the changing world it is important to understand the man who is causing many of these changes. Xi Jinping, China's leader, has been in charge for more than seven years and Xi Jinping's China is not Mao's China. This is not Deng's China. an aggressive beast she is the chinese dream she is the resurrection of mao's totalitarianism with the technological tools that mao could only dream of how to deal with

china

by xi

jinping

that is what we will discuss in this session joining us from pune ambassador gotham bombable he was india's ambassador to

china

during the modi shi wuhan

summit

he also led the diplomatic initiative to defuse the 2013 debsan standoff in ladakh from london we have bruno masai, senior fellow at the hudson institute and senior advisor at flint

global

, He served as Europe's minister to Portugal from 2013 to 2015.
wion global summit decoding china how is xi jinping driving china s quest for global domination
He is the author of Belton Road, A Chinese and Californian World Order. Derrick Grossman, a senior defense analyst at the Rand Corporation, tracks China's foreign and security policy. He is an expert on Indo-Pacific security matters. Ambassador Bombably, I want to start with you, explaining Xi Jinping. actions and aggression from him, especially at a time when there is a pandemic that the world is dealing with and the majority in the world believe that the pandemic was his fault. That's an excellent

quest

ion, Palki, and to answer it I think I have to go back to 2012. 13 when xi

jinping

first arrived as general secretary of the communist party of china, he started very aggressively within china at the national level, trying to put many of his opponents out of business, some of them were imprisoned and some even lost their lives and I think this particular streak of aggressiveness is now being seen internationally.
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You can see it in Hong Kong, where a new national security law was passed very quickly. It can be seen in the South China Sea, where China has been aggressive for several years. I can even see it now on the India-China border, so I think this has something to do with their approach, their mental makeup, the Covet 19 situation seems to be a moment where China feels it can attack and hit others , while they are dealing with the kovite 19 situation which are the other countries and I think as far as India is concerned, we are particularly concerned that the border between India and China has become a living border, while India is still is tackling the coveted disease 19.
wion global summit decoding china how is xi jinping driving china s quest for global domination
Bruno Massage China is Being blamed for this pandemic is Xi Jinping hoping to be shameless. Is this a case where offense is the best form of defense or are you buying into your own propaganda? Do you really think you can conquer everything? I think I think it's a little bit. Both the Chinese authorities and Xi Jinping in particular probably think that they are going to pay a price for their reputation, they are going to pay a price in terms of how the world views China, so they might as well take the opportunity to do something. moves that you would otherwise be cautious about.
wion global summit decoding china how is xi jinping driving china s quest for global domination
I think Hong Kong is an example of that. The

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ion of India. I think it has its own dynamic at the same time. I don't think it's just about the GTP. I think it's about China's trajectory. In the last few decades, 10 20 20 25 years ago, China focused on growing economically and was aware of its weaknesses, and China now is obviously a different China. It has already passed that threshold where you feel confident that you can generate economic growth. yourself who can create technological development on your own and with Egyptian or with another leader I think we would see a much more aggressive and much more ambitious China anyway in this era and even dango uh talked about this and then chopin talked about this in some times in the future there would be another china his strategy was not a strategy that would last forever since you mentioned the past derek grossman it is no secret that xi jinping has the trash mantra dengs and has broken the low profile doctrine that he is not shy to show off his strength and doesn't seem to believe in the idea of ​​biding his time, uh, but would you say his plans for world

domination

are ill-timed right now?
Well, I, uh, I would dispute, I guess, the premise of the question that China wants to dominate the world, um, I don't think even Xi Jinping himself believes that it can achieve that even with term limits removed, and you know , Xi Jinping for life, potentially until at least 2049, the hundredth year. anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, I mean it is really a difficult task for world

domination

, but what I do think that Xi Jinping is very interested in doing is that, at the very least, China is the center of the Indo-Pacific, center of gravity and that means that American forces will essentially be out of the region by 2050 and that would reverse the century of humiliation that China talks about over and over again in its propaganda narrative, but what's also important to note is that that doesn't mean China's ambitions are necessarily limited to the region.
I think they want to play a

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role on par with the United States in that 2050 time frame. American forces in the region have little or nothing to do with India. Gotham Baby two years old. You were earlier in Wuhan facilitating a new chapter, if I may, in Indochina friendship. A lot has changed. Now they have come to blows. Did you see it coming? No, I didn't see that coming. But I can say very clearly palki. What do you know, that chapter now seems to be closed China has attempted military coercion on India's borders. I think China has to do it.
China has lost India strategically. And I'll just make three other points quickly on the same topic. I know that in the last decade there were three main issues being discussed: one was whether there would be a peaceful rise of China. I think the answer is staring us in the face very clearly: no, it will not be a peaceful rise. The second is China. a responsible actor in the global system I think the answer is very clear to many of us around the world that China is not a responsible actor in the global system and the third and final issue was the China dream and I think I believe The China dream is becoming a nightmare for many people and many countries around the world.
I couldn't agree more with Bruno Massachusetts. You recently wrote that the border clashes with India were a strategy of war psychology. What does that mean? Well, I think China is interested to some extent, by bullying India, it sees India as an obstacle. He sees India as a problem. India, of course, has led the backlash against Belton Road and now it looks like India is going to lead the global backlash against Chinese technological dominance. The ban on apps is very significant, my friends in Beijing were much more worried about that than about the border skirmishes, it is significant that the Indian ambassador who was in Wuhan talks about China like that today on this program, certainly the spirit of Wuhan seems to have been absent.
Of course a year ago, but what is happening in India is important and the Chinese authorities are very aware of this, they do not talk about India all the time, but I think it is deliberate, it is a way of not giving too much importance to the India and not to increase your self. -Trust, but India is certainly considered a problem for Chinese foreign policy. In some ways, compared to Russia, China has treated Russia very well. She has compromised, co-opted India. Things haven't been going well since the beginning of Chi. chi ping term um and it is perhaps a criticism that one can make or one can consider it as more or less inevitable you have two giants growing at the same time uh both ambitious uh there was the relationship was always going to be difficult, no I don't think that India was once considering a change of heart on bri, but what little chance China had, if any, has now been lost.
This was no way to get India on board, eh, Derrick Grossman, what was the strategy behind Galwan? What, if anything, did Xi Jinping gain by taking on India and what did he lose according to you? Yes, I think the common narrative is that the timing of the Galwan incident is primarily related to China's attempt to exploit the coronavirus pandemic for its own geopolitical gain, but the problem with that narrative is that there is simply no evidence available to support it. that China has been involved since Xi Jinping came to power in 2013, China has been involved in these salami-slicing tactics, whether you know it's anti-Taiwan or anti-Taiwan. the South China Sea in the East China Sea against Japan and also against India for many years now, so China's pre-pandemic behavior is essentially the same as what we're seeing during the pandemic, so I don't think it's related.
It may be partly related to the pandemic in some way, but there is no evidence to support that China is doing this because of the pandemic. What I've seen in my own research is that a lot of this is related to China's concerns about um. India is changing the status quo, uh, near the line of actual control, whether you know China is obviously also changing the status quo, so they certainly are, uh, you know a culprit, uh, in this situation, no I'm trying to identify it all. It's India's fault, but I'm just saying that Beijing's perception is that what India is doing is improving the infrastructure there, improving patrols there and also the Article 370 decision in August 2019 by Prime Minister Modi.
I think it really shook up Beijing quite a bit in terms. how you assess now India is thinking about territorial claims in general terms, so yes, you know, the terror in the territory where the Article 370 decision was taken was nothing in India, right, because I mean it was territory of the union anyway, but for China, China is now worried. What does that mean for the state of Oxide Chin and what does it mean for the state in other disputed areas? So I think we should at least understand that China has been thinking about it that way.
There is Dr. Ashley Tellis, who is a very esteemed Indian analyst who has said that Chinese interlocutors have been knocking on her door recently talking about cardiographic aggression by India, so this is something we should at least consider. as a possibility at the moment when I have so much to say. what you said but I would let Gotham Bombable do the talking for the moment no I think Palki what the Chinese have done this summer is something that is not something that happened in the past very often we talk about uh clashes and clashes between the Indian army and Chinese army 2013 in Depsang 2014 in Chuma 2016 in Doklam in Bhutan, but those were clashes between patrols and smaller formations of the two armies, this time the Chinese have strengthened several The divisions of their plan are in eastern Ladakh and in the interior you know the deep areas, so this is something that has been well thought out, it has been planned, it is premeditated, uh, and what happened is as a result of the deaths that occurred in the night of June 15 all the architecture that was built by both governments through a series of agreements from 1993 to 2013 all that architecture that was intended to maintain peace on the border because both sides knew that it was a border that had not been delineated or demarcated all that architecture has now fallen by the wayside and I'm afraid the blame, if you want to call it that, is entirely on the Chinese side, the Indian army, of course, and the Indian armed forces have given a very solid response on the terrain and the message that we have sent is that we will not tolerate Chinese bullying and Chinese hegemony, we will not accept it and I am afraid that we will have to reiterate and repeat that message through political decisions of the time that We just talked about the ban of 59 Chinese apps and I've been pushing for a ban on Chinese companies from participating in India's 5G trials, as well as a launch that makes us both uh gotham uh, ever since you mentioned the word bully, which is often associated with the chinese and the chinese leaders i want to know what it is like to deal with xi jinping is he warm and receptive is he cold and distant how difficult is it to negotiate with him and his team and i ask this because chinese diplomacy has come to be dominated by a whole new generation of diplomats, the so-called wolf warriors, does this flow from above? uh, she look, i can't answer the question about xi jinping, i just presented my credentials, i don't really know him at all, but what you say is not wrong.
As a result and in reaction to the situation around the world, the Chinese have diplomatically moved in all directions, which they describe as wolf warrior diplomacy. This is something we haven't seen in Chinese diplomacy in the past. Maybe it's due to the new circumstances in which China is the second largest economy in the world, but I don't think this global war diplomacy is doing them any good. It's doing some good for China and you know, I keep wondering why they do it. moving in this direction being so aggressive and flailing in almost every direction bruno massage does xi jinping no longer have real allies and i'm not sure pakistan andNepal count a lot?
Does it matter when when the global order is so fractured and alliances are built on shifting sands and it is more transactional than an alliance, really yes, I think that is a bit paradoxical because there are many analysts who say that maybe this is not in the interest from China, but you don't see China really interested in taking advantage of the problems that the United States is having with some of its allies and trying to move, so clearly China doesn't think that's important. China clearly does not believe that world politics is a popularity contest and is not very concerned that its popularity is declining.
It's about hard power and it's about economic power, it's about the way you become almost invulnerable because others depend on you and we have seen that dynamic play in many parts of the world. You know, I would draw your attention to relations between Germany and China, where if you just look at Soft Power Variables. If you look at the issue of human rights, which is important in German politics, you would think that Germany and China would be about of breaking relations, but that is not happening at all and Chancellor Merkel continues to insist publicly that China is important for the future of the German economy, and no breakup is really foreseen, why well, because Chinese companies already depend on largely dependent on German companies, companies are already heavily dependent on the Chinese market, so I think it is difficult to make decisions against Chinese interests.
This is what China is counting on and it is also the reason why China is worried about India, because India has the capacity to become a serious economic competitor. My theory is that what we saw happen in Galwan has a lot to do with the movements you saw. in india about trying to take advantage of china's problems with the trade war and with greed to perhaps attract some of the industrial change to india this, as you can imagine, was poorly received in china they saw you as a serious threat to the plans from china um and I think that uh Gawan was a way of reacting to that, so the game is not limited to the border, it's a much bigger and, in a way, economic game that is being played and Xi Jinping uses to the military to carry out its foreign policy, Derek Grossman, China.
It is an authoritarian state, and Xi Jinping brings an extraordinary level of personal political power to China's one-party system. How dangerous does this make China to the world? Well, I mean, yeah, I mean you're right, uh, authoritarian, I mean, if you look at whether If you look at international relations, you know, the theoretical literature, I mean authoritarian regimes, they tend to go to war with more often, I mean, you know, there's always talk about how democracies never fight each other properly or almost never fight each other, I think a lot. Unfortunately, wars are started by authoritarian governments, you know, but that being said, China also has a lot of other concerns it has to deal with.
I mean, for example, China has borders with 17 different countries and has to police all of them. countries are right and the United States is not even one of those border countries, uh of course India is one of them, China now has a pretty serious economic recession that it will have to address because of this coronavirus crisis and as May those numbers continue to increase. go down or stay the same, I mean that expectations will not be met and we will see if there is an internal clamor for some kind of change at the top. We also have to consider that China spends about a third of its budget. of your budget on internal security issues to police your own population, so when you have all these other factors at play and you and you go on and Xi Jinping talks about by 2050 China will be a world power, it's kind of like that. stretches credulity a bit, so I think we need to keep in mind the context here: China, just like the United States, just like India and every other country, are juggling a lot of different balls in the air at the same time they have ambitions.
They spend more on defense than ever, but they also have limitations they have to consider, right? Gotham Bombay Xi Jinping has amassed immense power. He has led purges both politically and against people in the military. Doesn't he face any opposition at home? And what have you observed in the years you were in Beijing? Well, I think he has taken control of most of the levers of power and placed his people in positions of power. He has tried to do it. You know, he's walked away. uh, in one way or another, any opposition to him, whether in the party or in the army, uh, the armed forces, the PLA in general, but I think the most important thing, palki, is that you know that the communist party Chinese has always had this legitimacy problem. and seeks legitimacy from the people of china the current contract the social contract as most people know and most people maintain is that the party will provide the people with increasingly better standards of living than they have had for the last 40 years if there are economic problems, as some of the other speakers have been indicating, then of course there is a turn to the nationalism card, which again is a very important card for the Chinese party and the Chinese party leader to play nationally. , in order to gain legitimacy from the people of china, so I wonder if there is serious economic tension in china itself internally that is leading the party and the party leader to play this card of nationalism through military action to across the borders of china, i will get to nationalism in a moment, huh, bruno massa xi jinping is called the president of all things in china, is he really invincible and how do the people of china see him? because it's very difficult to verify independently, you have to go largely through the Chinese press and they are there to applaud rather than report.
Well, I lived in China last year for 12 months. My impression from talking to many types of people, students, academics, business people, particularly in the technology sector, is that, well, the legitimacy of the party is strong, you know, people outside of China may not like to hear this. , especially in the United States, but most people seem to think that the party is delivering on the things that matter to them: economic opportunity, security, covert fighting after initial problems. There is a feeling that the party is fulfilling the party is present everywhere I did not see any element of what could be called the type of the last decades of the Soviet regime where the party was so separated from the people that it had no idea what was happening the chinese communist party has 90 million members they are distributed throughout the territory uh there is a history and a tradition of going out to small villages at the beginning of your career, that being said you also hear criticism, although sometimes that criticism actually comes from from the right, let's say not from the liberal left, but from a more nationalist and authoritarian right that thinks that chi chi ping is being too soft on the United States, for example, so you hear criticism, you know, at dinner, a quiet dinner it's possible. hear that but it seems jiji ping has been able to spread his net throughout the party and throughout chinese society and those who oppose him are more or less powerless at this point derrick grossman how much damage has he caused? the pandemic has affected Xi Jinping's standing in China and when I say pandemic I also mean the consequences, including the economic consequences, yeah, that's a really difficult question to answer, uh, and I think you can find evidence to support it, you know that is going down the tube. or that it's actually emboldened and strengthened by this, I think the economic GDP numbers, you know, last quarter were quite disappointing for China, but well, I mean, if China is way ahead of the rest of the world. in terms of the curve, right, the coronavirus flattening the coronavirus curve, we don't know, yes, we don't know, right, we don't know what we don't know, but if I say yes they are and they are already you. they know about their first wave and maybe they can even avoid a second wave, so China will come out looking very, very good in all of this and you know, obviously Xi Jinping is grooming China to be the one to help everyone in the world get through it. coronavirus even though it came from china and that could include China coming out with a coronavirus vaccine before the end of this year that's what they've been saying is going to happen so you know there's that right side but then Of course, the downside is, um, if China enters a second wave, right, things are even worse than before.
Economic indicators continue to decline, the relationship with the United States continues to crumble, um, you know, the relationship with India continues to crumble, you know China and you mentioned it before. China doesn't really have friends, they have Pakistan, maybe they do, they have Cambodia, I guess you're right, they have North Korea, maybe more or less true, so I mean, those are the ones that are really becoming a new superpower in the world. I'm serious. It doesn't seem right, so Xi Jinping may have to answer those kinds of questions, but also, as Bruno said, I mean the Communist Party has, you know, 90 million members, they tend to co-opt the very rich so that become members of the Communist Party.
And that gives them some skin in the game, some skin in the system to keep the system going, so I don't see China becoming, you know, communist anytime soon, but they may decide to get rid of Xi Jinping. if everything is going in the wrong direction, but it's very difficult to tell, unfortunately gotham, you talked about nationalism, xi jinping has been talking about rejuvenation since the day he took office, his own brand of nationalism, he has co-opted confucius, uh, what? How much of this is positioning and do the Chinese people really care about all this? When I think they would rather move on than dwell on the past and focus on what they are gaining.
No, I think it is an important issue in China as it is in many countries. in the world, in most countries in the world, but the thing is that you know when is the time to play this card of nationalism to gain the support of the people, this is something that happens when the economics of the situation are not going okay, um and me. I'm not saying I don't really know what's going on with the economic situation inside China right now, especially in post-orbit China, but if the economic situation isn't as good as it's cracked up to be, then of course there will be It is necessary to play the nationalism card, which includes being muscular and aggressive in the South China Sea, possibly in the East China Sea, Hong Kong, Taiwan and on the India-China border.
Bruno Masais Xi Jinping calls himself the son of the Yellow Earth. He is also a little prince of the party. He has tried to find a way to reach out to both sectors of society in that regard. He is a crusader against corruption, he says, but he is also the usurper of power. How do you decode this man in this leader? Well, there is one thing that unifies all the factions. and, in fact, give it a purpose to be itself, which is, really, to eventually equal the United States in power and in the second half of this century, to replace the United States.
I was amused to see a recent speech by the Foreign Minister. uh uh uh about how uh china has no intention of displacing the united states and you know, and anyone who has lived in china knows that this is a goal that transcends society, uh, that transcends leadership, so I think this gives a purpose to uh the leadership and it gives a purpose to Chinese foreign policy, so it's true that there are different sensitivities uh and when we see, for example, in the last four or five months that China has become much more aggressive, you already saw that in China he was part of the Chinese Communist Party and part of Chinese society and perhaps what that means is that the Egyptian finally decided that that sector of the party and that sector of society was now more powerful than other sectors; he himself was always inclined to think in those terms.
I was always inclined to think that China would have an opportunity to assert its power and it had to take advantage of that opportunity, that these things would not arise naturally, perhaps leadership in the past, both Mao and Dang believed in the loss of history and You just had to wait and, naturally, uh. you would emerge victorious chi chi ping is much more of a leninist in that sense he is more of a landing than a marxist he thinks that you should take advantage of the opportunity when it presents itself and it is possible that he thinks that this is the opportunity He may think that greed and US elections are really the opportunity where China can change the rules of the game, something they have been trying to do for a long time.
They think it is necessary to change the rules. I think they also overplayed their hand with Belt and Road uh no I don't think so I think Belton Road has so far worked out pretty well for China, it's moved faster than they thought and with the exception of India they've made it . acquire a level of influence that they didn't have before, in part because of the kind of hopes and expectations that Belton Road creates that there will be a lot of money available, it is true that China has no allies, butwhen china needs to have a declaration signed by several countries in xinjiang or hong kong, they can get 60 countries to sign a declaration, sometimes in declarations you read the declaration and wonder how anyone could have signed it and it's not because they are treaty allies or very friendly countries, but it is because they are countries that are already so economically integrated with China that the Chinese ambassador to those countries has no problem getting the government to sign almost anything.
Derek Grossman, a telegram from the US embassy in 2009 said this about Xi Jinping it was said that he is not corrupt, but he has been and he is not interested in money, but you could say that he has been corrupted by the power. Do you agree with this assessment? A long time colleague of mine, I won't say who, but who has great knowledge. about Chinese politics he said that in China you cannot rise to the position of leader of China or head of the general secretary of the Chinese Communist Party without being corrupt, uh, it is impossible because to create the environment that to get to that position you need to have friends in high places you need to have what they would consider guanxi, which is, you know, just connections, networks, but in fact a lot of times it's rewards, uh, and quid pro quo, um, and yeah, the notion that xi jinping is not corrupt I think it's patently false, it's an interesting idea, corruption is a prerequisite for moving up in the Chinese gotham system I'd like to finish with the question I started with: how is Xi Jinping's China treated?
Talking about a boycott is very good, but we all know that China is not expendable, it is not expendable yet. So what kind of alliances should India work on or perhaps even lead? I think I will start to answer that question, especially for the Indian audience, because I think we have to understand India's approach to the world, which is summed up in Sanskrit words. Vasudeva means that the world is one family, it is something that the Chinese do not subscribe to. The Chinese see themselves at the center of the world and are very selfish and look at their own national interest and there is nothing wrong with that.
I think for an Indian audience, we should start with this big difference between the way India approaches the world and China, but going back to your question, I would say that you know India is now, I think, on the way. where it will have to strengthen its partnerships with democracies around the world, including the United States, of course, but also Japan, Australia, perhaps countries like Indonesia, South Korea, and we will have to do this relatively quickly, as I said before, What has happened in the The military terrain in the border areas between India and China this summer has definitely pushed India strategically into the arms of the United States and we need to strengthen that partnership.
There is no doubt that what worries me, Bruno Masai, is your global political will to put China, in its place, Hong Kong, I would say, no longer exists. The Uighur issue has been around for years, but only now are sanctions being imposed. The call for an investigation is more symbolic than substantial. Are the world's leaders really willing to do it? confront China or are they just going through the motions to deal with China no, I think, I think they are. More and more people are worried about Chinese power. We all know that China will become a very powerful country.
We know that China. It is going to be one of the two superpowers in the world, but it still has to be managed and, above all, when China becomes expansionist or even enters a kind of spiral of imperialist dynamics, then the countries have to come together and see how they can manage this for At the moment I think the critical question is really the economic question. I come back to that, that's where you find a consensus around the world that China's economic rise is creating problems for everyone when you address issues like Xinjiang Hong Kong or security issues, so there are disagreements, India I think has some of the best thinkers in China today, so I always have some trepidation when giving advice, but I wrote a recent article in Times of India arguing that the economic question is really the critical question and the best way for India to respond to the problem.
What China is causing is becoming a five trillion dollar economy and really moving into these high tech areas, that's where you see China worrying about India, so that's um. I think it is essential. Now the important thing I will conclude with when it comes to China is that you are never in a position of dependence. So you are never in a position of vulnerability and if you are not in that position, it is possible to talk to China and come to a solution that both sides can agree on. If you are in a position of dependency then you suffer, and some countries have done this successfully and some have not.
Some countries don't. those who signed a bri memorandum have been successful in doing this, Malaysia is a good example and other countries that are outside bri have failed to reduce their ties of dependency. I mentioned Germany and I think it is still a good example, so focus on having a balanced economic relationship. with china where you also have influence where you also have power and then i think things will go much better dara grossman xi jinping is an avid player of the board game and some say he also chose it as his foreign policy how is his china run i think That analogy has been used quite a bit and is probably true.
I mean, China definitely has a long-term vision that unfortunately is severely lacking in the United States and that long-term vision of where it sees itself and how it's going. Getting there is multifaceted, I mean, you can take a look at it, you know, every time there's a party congress, you know, they release a lot of documents explaining, you know, five-year plans, like where China will be and what it's going to be like. there specifically and they divide it into each different sector as well, I mean agricultural technology, you know, and the list goes on and on, so I think it's not necessarily a game of go because that makes it seem like there's some kind of secret motives involved, I mean, I think the reason is clear: China wants to be on par with the United States, if not surpass the United States, as other panelists have said, but I think it's more that they have a strategy.
We stick to the strategy and that puts them, I think, that puts them in a better position at least versus the United States, in my opinion, because in the United States we are very much, you know, chasing the ball. one problem after another and the coronavirus is just the latest version of that. We are trying to act together on China. There is now a bipartisan consensus in Congress to compete with China at all times. There is an Indo-Pacific strategy report that talks about how the arrival of China is an adversary and we need to compete and counter China at all times, but I mean we have to put all that into practice.
China has already been putting its plans into action, so that's what worries me in the longer term, yes,

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reports. that the US president may have sought Chinese help for re-election, making it an interesting time to follow China. Thank you, gentlemen, thank you very much for your time when Xi Jinping came to power. Many said he could be the Chinese Gorbachev. A reformist man who was expected to reform the system without destroying it, but he turned out to be Chinese president Putin for life and now he has left them all behind in his quest for world domination.
Can the world find a way to deal with Xi? Jinping with minimal collateral damage, as they say, only time will tell, Marie Curie had once said that nothing in life should be feared, it should only be understood, now is the time to understand more so that we can fear less, that was our objective and mission with this. edition of the world summit we in we believe that the key to addressing the threat of the middle kingdom is to understand it first the Wuhan virus pandemic is one of the most decisive moments for humanity the actions that world leaders take today will define destinies of their countries and the world the same is true for an assertive and jingoistic China the recent actions of the communist party pose a challenge to the world order which is said to change after the pandemic and we have to see how there will be new rules that will dictate national security , economic priorities, the use of technological diplomacy and it would be practically everything to suggest what the post-pandemic world will be like, but it would not be a mistake to say that the China issue would be at the center of the new rules. commitment thanks for looking at you

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