China and the World: from Assistance to Partnership

by on Tuesday, 10 October 2006 Comments
(Beijing, October 2005)

China and the world are changing at light speed. All traditional models for international relations appear obsolete.

New paradigms have to be invented and as a citizen of a middle size country with experience of economic and political integration in a wider Union, I am most interested in the Chinese efforts for finding China’s own way to discharge fully her own responsibilities in this world environment. In this respect, its recent contribution to the debate on world political organisation appeared to me of the highest importance.

Being an economist and having managed the International Monetary Fund for 13 years, I would like to concentrate on the economic aspects of regional and global governance, and try to identify a few elements of the world’s experiences of the last decades China could take advantage of in defining its own approaches.

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