国际安全治理视阈下的新型国际关系：理想与现实 / A New Form of International Relations from the Perspective of International Security Governance: Ideal and Reality
International security governance is a new international political concept and international political discourse coined by Chinese academics in recent years. This term is closely related to "a community of a shared future for mankind", "a new form of international relations", "the Belt and Road Initiative", etc. There are four different points between China's view on international security governance, its new form of international relations and the classical theories on international political and international relations. China's view includes the principles of mutual respect and equality, it adheres to the principle of "achieving shared growth through discussion and collaboration"，to abandon the traditional "law of the jungle". China adheres to the principles of fairness and justice, opposes the rich countries in their exploitation of the poor ones, and stands for the idea of solving global problems in a fair and just way. China stands for peace, cooperation and win-win, the maintenance of world peace and sustainable security, opposes cold war mentality, arms race and military alliance. China sticks to its opening-up policy and promotes policy coordination, facilities connectivity, unimpeded trade, financial integration and people-to-people bonds. China is advocating the ideas of "a new form of international relations", "a community of a shared future for mankind" and promoting the concept of international security governance due to the fact that globalization has produced various world-wide problems. These problems call for global solutions. The classical philosophies of international relations and security of the West are not enough to offer solutions to these problems. At the same time, China has long been confined by the classical international political and international relations theories, so it has to look forward to the theories on a new form of international relations and international security governance.
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