Xi’s Initiatives: Reshaping China’s Global Image
66of the People’s Republic of China witnessed multi-dimensional initiative at domestic, regional and global levels. These include war against corruption primarily in mainland China, revival of ancient Silk route in 21stcentury i.e. One Belt One Road ( OBOR), Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and most recent overwhelming contribution in the United Nations global institution celebrated its 70th anniversary. This piece of writing appearance in the United Nations in particular and his overall policy in general. Land and people of China sustained injustice of the world community for more than two decades in aftermath of the fall of Nationalist Kuomintang when it became prey to Communist success. The largest population of the world was deliberately deprived of legitimate right of recognition in the United Nation. This left mainland China with several options, either to surrender, subjugate the rightful claim and denounce the United Nations or to pursue the case with patience and devotion. The later was opted as policy choice after two decades’ long struggle, China managed to restore its rightful place in the United Nations. The Story did not end here but followed several ups and downs; subsequently China is leading the United Nations in General Assembly. President Xi Spoke to the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit and urged several commitments and lucrative pledges. These includes$2 billion to achieve post 2015 development goals and $12 billion investment in least developed states, in order to bridge the gap between the policy and execution of development goals. Mr. Xi extended another generous offer by writing off intergovernmental interest free loans to the least developed countries and small island nations, thus not a verbal but practical commitment made by China to achieve new development goals. It’s an undeniable fact of the prevalent situation that the limited success of Millennium Development Goals owes great deal to Chinese effort. China set the precedent for the Global South to meet the challenge of poverty. The United Nations Secretary General Mr. Ban Ki-moon adored China as indispensable partner for the United Nations Agenda of the world’s Peace and Development. At the same time, the United Nations is looking for a strong and more determined role of China for the women endorsement, empowerment and Gender Equality in the world. The conference on Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment or, informally, Beijing+20, is co- organized by U. N.