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China's Non-Intervention Question

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While it continues to adhere to the rule of 'non-interference/non-intervention' in the internal affairs of other countries, in a rapidly changing world, a steadily rising China is exploring how it can play a more constructive role in relation to international engagement with major political and humanitarian crises. The transformation of China's role in relation to international intervention has been driven by the nation's growing integration into the global political economy. To date, however, China has still not become deeply involved in unilateral or multilateral coercive intervention, but has in recent times selectively participated in international efforts mandated by the UN Security Council and has also joined or organized many regional efforts. Facing big challenges, great pressures and many uncertainties, China has to balance its traditional commitment to 'non-interference' with its responsibilities as a great power.


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