The Diplomatic Insight - - Editor's Note -

rue, every turn and twist in Chi­nese politics has been ac­com­pa­nied by the com­pul­sive pro­jec­tion of for­eign pol­icy in terms of prin­ci­pled con­stancy and shifts that fol­lowed. Nowa­days, it is a com­mon­place to ar­gue how many fun­da­men­tal changes have oc­curred in post-Deng China since 1997. For ex­am­ple, has Chi­nese for­eign pol­icy un­der­gone a great change or even trans­for­ma­tion of its val­ues, norms, se­cu­rity pri­or­i­ties and core in­ter­est over the past two decades? Given this, world me­dia have once again fo­cused on Chi­nese Com­mu­nist Party (CPC) Congress held on Oc­to­ber 18, in which Xi Jin-ping, the Gen­eral Sec­re­tary of the rul­ing party of China, de­liv­ered work re­port out­lin­ing the de­marche of its for­eign pol­icy for the next 3 decades. The ques­tions hereby in­volve Chi­nese lead­ers’ per­cep­tion of our “global

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