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Chinese in int’l organizations help explain China

| 2017-04-20 | Hits:
(Chinese Social Sciences Today)

Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) established a School of International Organizations recently. China’s position and influence in global governance has been widely recognized in recent years, so Chinese should be more active in decision-making and coordination on the international stage, said He Changchui, former deputy director-general of Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. China should contribute to the world with global awareness, elevating the voice of international organizations by joining in the construction of multiple mechanisms and rules, said Zhang Zhizhou, a professor of international relations from BFSU. Only by participating in the making and amending of rules can China’s position be better explained and understood, he said, adding it is the requirement of China’s interaction with the world as well as an important way of forming China’s proposed solutions to global issues.