Chinese Observers: Uncertainties Challenges and Climate Change

chinese observers: In 2020, more unpredictable incidents will happen or are likely to happen, including the upcoming Brexit proxy war in Libya, uncertain Korean Peninsula situation and the intensive US presidential election, according to Global Times China. Rising protectionism and unilateralism, especially in the US, also add more uncertainties and challenges to those global challenges shared by members of the international community such as climate change, terrorism, nuclear-proliferation and the sluggish world economy, said Chinese observers. Photo He Zhuoqian/GT As the year 2019 comes to an end and the new year is around the corner, many countries and regions around the globe are still suffering from political unrest, sectarian conflict, violent protests and even civil wars. Chinese President Xi Jinping said during a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on December 23 that today's world is undergoing profound changes unseen in a century. Jin Canrong, associate dean of Renmin University of China's school of international studies in Beijing, told the Global Times that President Xi's remark that the world is undergoing profound changes unseen in a century is an assessment that can objectively reflect the current international situation and this assessment could mean China might actively participate in shaping the current world order and reforming globalization system. The more complicated the situation is, the more we need to maintain strategic resolve and adopt a forward-looking vision that takes the overall situation into consideration. ( As reported in the news.

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