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How China can best counter the US-Japan-South Korea alliance

Should China wish to achieve its strategic objectives and become a globally respected world power, these issues must be resolved.

Such a bold move would enhance China’s image and help turn it into a respected power in the international community. Letting the war drag on would only aggravate global polarisation and continue to affect China’s economic and security interests.

In fact, if Chinese foreign policy is to be credible, the principles enunciated in the Global Civilisation Initiative and Xi’s San Francisco speech need to be embodied in China’s domestic policy. As former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev once noted, foreign policy is a continuation of domestic policy, which is, in turn, an embodiment of ideology.


‘Door to China-US relations will not be closed again’: Xi Jinping offers assurances to US businesses

Such a deal must include security guarantees, the lifting of sanctions, a peace treaty between the two Koreas, and sufficient funds for North Korea’s economic modernisation.

If Beijing attempts reintegration by using military force, North Korea is likely to follow suit, which would not only lead to acute instability but also contradict the core principles of Chinese foreign policy enunciated in the Global Civilisation Initiative.


Chinese President Xi Jinping unveils 8-point vision for nation’s Belt and Road Initiative at forum

Should Beijing wish to achieve its strategic objectives, enhance its leverage and counter the US-Japan-South Korea alliance, its foreign policy must firmly adhere to the core values advocated in the Global Civilisation Initiative.

Xi has the chance to leave the finest possible legacy by facilitating the end of the conflict in Ukraine and denuclearising the Korean peninsula, while