“人类命运共同体”话语传播与国际安全治理 / On Dissemination of the Discourse of "A Community of A Shared Future for Mankind" and the Governance of International Security
International security discourse plays an important role in the process of international security governance. Security discourse has direct impacts on national security policies. However, security policies need to be presented through discourses. Security discourses and security policies are interdependent and intertwined. There should be a delicate balance between the two. To some extent, the governance of security discourse also exists in the governance of international security. As a rising power, China shares an important responsibility in the process of international security governance. China’s unique international security discourse is meant to have a positive impact on international security governance. Among many others, "a community of a shared future for mankind" is a unique international security discourse. The security outlook presented by this discourse is different from the traditional security outlooks in the West, like security dilemma, prisoner’s dilemma, zero-sum game, structural conflict, structural war, power politics and the law of the jungle and the balance of power. However, in order to increase the impacts of China’s international security discourse on international security governance, China has to make the world better understand the Chinese way of thinking and unique outlooks on order and security. China also has to more effectively disseminate its ideas on international security governance and a community of a shared future for mankind.
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