China-Global governance without hegemony

Author
Pan Zhongyin
Content Type
Policy Brief
Institution
Pangoal Institution
Abstract
Where is global economic governance heading? What will the future of global economic governance hold? These questions are on everyone’s lips. In the report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, President Xi Jinping reaffirmed China’s foreign policy principle of ‘never seeking hegemony’, but this does not mean that China should disavow the role of international leadership. Indeed, it is now engaged in what might be called a non-hegemonic leadership, which is sure to be hugely significant in the future of global economic governance.
Topic
International Relations, Governance, Hegemony, Economy
Political Geography
China, Global Focus