China's Diplomacy by Zhang Qingmin

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The Han Chinese people have the largest population, scattered all over the country. In spite of small populations mainly inhabiting remote areas, ethnic minorities can also be seen living in the county-level or higher level administrative regions in the hinterland of China. This fact determines that it is conducive to maintaining a harmonious and stable interethnic relationship and seeking 34 CHINA’S DIPLOMACY common development to establish autonomous local governments of ethnic minorities in various types and levels on the basis of concentrated areas of ethnic minorities.

Realizing national unity and maintaining national territorial integrity is a premise for independence and a notable manifestation of independent foreign policy. China can never tolerate an encroachment upon its national unity, territorial integrity, and national dignity. Under the complex domestic and international circumstances, opposing the threat to national unity and security from Taiwan independence, East Turkistan Islamic Movement, Tibet Independence, and other secessionist forces is one premise and fundamental task for China’s independent foreign policy.

Of economic globalization, and actively participated in international economic cooperation and competition. While making full use of the beneficial conditions and opportunities of economic globalization, China is fully aware of the risks that result from economic globalization. China has joined more international regimes and expanded its multilateral diplomacy, making it more integrated into the international community. By 2008 China had joined more than 130 intergovernmental organizations and thousands of nongovernmental international organizations, including such international organizations as the UN, G8+5 and G20, regional international organizations such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and ASEAN+3 Dialogue Mechanism, and transregional international organizations such as the Asian-European Summit, APEC and China-Africa Cooperation Forum.

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