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A Chinese contribution to universal history, viewed from the future

International Social Science Journal (Chinese Edition)

No.1, 2022

 

A Chinese contribution to universal history, viewed from the future

(Abstract)

 

Helga Zepp-LaRouche

 

The world seems to be divided into two camps at this point. If the world is to become a community of shared future for mankind, as President Xi Jinping has clearly defined that perspective for the future, then the growing conflict between these two camps must be overcome. China is presently the only country that has a clear, exciting vision for the future. Given its incredible record of success, especially during the last 40 years, there is every reason to assume that this goal has overwhelming chances to be reached. The main problem, however, is that the proponents of the liberal system regard the Chinese model as a rival and even adversary to their own, and they are determined to contain the further rise of China. One of the essential keys to solving the strategic dilemma is to enter into a cultural dialogue around those high points in the cultural traditions of different cultures, which did bring mankind a step further.