Brave New World
During 2014, Chinese leaders made numerous visits abroad and interacted with their counterparts from a number of foreign countries, be they other developing nations, neighbors or world powers. The leadership has also drawn up a blueprint for global relations and redefined the country's diplomatic work
Looking Back at Xi's Displomacy

China commenced its broadest reform in more than 30 years in 2014, leaving Xi with an active domestic agenda. In addition to efforts within the mainland, the Chinese leader has spent nearly a quarter of his time raising China's international profile.

Check out Xi's diplomatic style in his seven overseas trips all around the year

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A Glimmer of Hope
Despite a promising signal, steep obstacles remain in the way of improving Sino-Japanese political ties
New Impetus
Facing challenges, China and Russia must extend their economic ties
Maintaining Momentum
Obama's China trip scores a host of unexpected achievements
A New Pole of Global Finance
Will the new BRICS-led international development lender become an alternative to Bretton Woods institutions?
Foreseeable Progress
Chinese president's trip to South Korea produces encouraging results
A Seamless Joint
By cementing a strategic policy of cooperation, China and Europe forge a more practical partnership
Intimate Diplomacy
The Xi-Obama meeting exemplifies the new-type relationship between China and the United States
Nuclear Philosophy
Greater efforts to promote world nuclear security cooperation highlight China's increasing sense of global responsibility
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- Xi's Visit to Central Asia in 2013
- Xi's Visits Americas in 2013
- Xi's Visit to the U.S. in 2012
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