China's Domestic Debate on Global Governance

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What do Chinese scholars and policymakers envision for Beijing’s role in the international order?

China’s contributions have become indispensable for effective global governance, and Beijing has become more and more active on relevant issues. Obviously, any serious effort to assess China’s participation in global governance requires a close examination of Chinese domestic opinions on the topic. A recent op-ed in The Diplomat from GLF Chen Zheng investigates this problem and discusses its policy application.

Read the piece.