A More Meaningful Goal
With China's accession to the ranks of major economic giant, the international community has increasingly recognized China as another superpower. But has China truly earned its position as No.2? Not quite.
Rejecting the 'G2'

After decades of blistering growth since China initiated reform and opening-up policies in the late 1970s, the country has achieved great success in many fields. It has become a mainstream international consensus that China has become one of the major powers in the world. However, the views of "G2" or "co-leading the world" are neither consistent with China's domestic reality nor with China's independent foreign policy of peace

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