Interpretations of New Diplomatic Thoughts in the Report of the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China

Yang Yang

Abstract


Many new diplomatic thoughts are reflected in the report of 18th National Congress of Communist Party of China (CPC). They are shown in the following aspects: “following the path of peaceful development unswervingly” moves towards “continuing to promote the lofty cause of peace and development”, which embodies China will undertake more international responsibilities; China will strive to establish a new type of great power relationship which is of long-term stability and sound growth with other developed countries”; China will support the expansion of developing countries’ representation and voice in international affairs and remain to be a reliable friend and sincere partner of other developing countries forever”; China will take solid measures to promote public diplomacy and cultural diplomacy, and safeguard China's overseas legitimate rights and interests. The new thoughts above will set a new tone of diplomatic strategies as well as policies and point the direction of China’s diplomatic future development.


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