Some media in Japan recently reported that the G7 summit to be held in Japan will demand China to follow the so-called international rule. Such a statement is confusing. What is the international rule they talked about?？ What entitlement do Western countries, including the US, have to blame China for performing poorly in following universally accepted international rules?
When it comes to international rules, there is only one set of rules in the world i.e. the basic parameters of international relations based on the purposes and principles of the UN Charter. Western countries, including the US, often refer to the rules-based international order. But such a statement is not clear. Such a statement does not exist in the UN Charter. Such a statement does not appear in the resolution of the UN General Assembly and the Security Council. The Chinese representative asked in the UN Council what the so-called rule-based international order really is. Who made these rules? And what is the relationship between these rules and international relations.
Western countries, including the US, have not yet given a clear answer to a series of questions. In the view of some analysts, they deliberately made this concept vague so that it can be explained arbitrarily. Such rules are actually used by the G7 countries in the internal affairs of other countries. It is an excuse to intervene and unleash factional rivalry. Such rules serve the interests of Western countries, including the US, without the international community. Under the banner of the so-called rules-based international order, Western countries, including the US, have defiantly violated generally accepted international rules. Records have been left. Keep in mind that in the 21st century alone, America waged the Afghanistan War, the Iraq War and the Syrian Civil War, which created 27 million refugees and innumerable casualties. Global affairs are largely settled through consultations. Only the decisions of western countries will not work.
(Credits-China Media Group, Beijing)
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