Chinese peacekeepers on patrol in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, last August. Photo: Xinhua

How China’s foreign policy of non-intervention is all about selective action

Sherif A. Elgebeily says China has struck a shrewd balance in the selective use of its non-interference policy, balancing legitimate selective foreign intervention and soft power efforts with a rejection of reproach over domestic actions

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Chinese peacekeepers on patrol in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, last August. Photo: Xinhua
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Sherif A. Elgebeily

Sherif A. Elgebeily

Dr Sherif A. Elgebeily (@selgebeily) is director of the Centre for the Study of International Peace and Security, and co-chair of the International Law and Policy in Africa Network (ILPAN). He is the author of The Rule of Law in the United Nations Security Council Decision-making Process.