Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a joint press conference on February 13 at Villa Borsig in Berlin, on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a joint press conference on February 13 at Villa Borsig in Berlin, on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a joint press conference on February 13 at Villa Borsig in Berlin, on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Photo: EPA-EFE
Wang Huiyao
Opinion

Opinion

Wang Huiyao

As the West wanes, China and Europe can build a more inclusive world order together

  • Since the end of the cold war, the rationales used to justify the binary of East and West have been undercut by globalisation. However, Europe still has a role to play in balancing China and the US, and promoting global cooperation

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a joint press conference on February 13 at Villa Borsig in Berlin, on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Photo: EPA-EFE Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a joint press conference on February 13 at Villa Borsig in Berlin, on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his German counterpart Heiko Maas attend a joint press conference on February 13 at Villa Borsig in Berlin, on the eve of the Munich Security Conference. Photo: EPA-EFE
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