A New Strategy or Just a Change of Tactics? The Main Elements of China’s Foreign Policy during Xi Jinping’s First Term
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Modifications of China’s foreign policy during Xi Jinping’s first term as China’s Communist Party (CCP) secretary general are predominantly due to a change in strategy rather than in China’s core interests (its main goals). The new strategy focuses on fulfilling Chinese strategic interests rather than on providing economic benefits to guarantee development. Xi’s re-election to a second term during the 19th Party Congress means China’s activity on the international arena will be enhanced.
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