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Wang Yi: The New Concept of Win-win, Multi-win and All-Win is Right Direction of Development of International Relations

2015/02/02

On February 2, 2015, Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Foreign Minister Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov of Russia and Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj of India held the 13th China-Russia-India Foreign Ministers Meeting in Beijing. Wang Yi expressed that abandoning the old routine of winning or losing and winner-takes-all, and exploring a new concept of win-win, multi-win and all-win is the right direction of the development of international relations in future.

Wang Yi said that China's proposal for exploring and establishing a new model of international relations with win-win cooperation as the core is the enrichment and development of the diplomatic concepts of equality and mutual benefit as well as openness and all-win which China always adheres to. The proposal is also the innovation and transcendence of the doctrine of traditional international relations based on realism, providing a new idea for the current world to well handle country-to-country relations.

Win-win cooperation reflects the new trend of this era. With the constant development of economic globalization and society informationization, the world becomes more "flat" and the "global village" is getting smaller. Alone we were weak, together we are strong. Win-win cooperation conforms to the new reality of the development of the era and reflects the new features of the world's trends.

Win-win cooperation explores the new thinking of dealing with international relations. This thinking proposes that every nation should combine its own interests with others, seek win-win, multi-win and all-win with extending convergence of interests of all sides as the carrier, and abandon all forms of zero-sum games. It is more necessary to seek win-win cooperation especially in such global issues as climate change, energy resources and internet security.

Win-win cooperation reflects the common voice of developing countries. Promoting the democratization of international relations and sharing international institutional power among all countries are the universal appeals of developing countries. China, Russia and India should join together to implement and promote the concept of win-win cooperation and inject new impetus to safeguarding world peace and development.

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