A Chinese national flag flies outside the Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar in Urumqi, Xinjiang, on May 12. China has told nations criticising its policies in Xinjiang to stop interfering in domestic affairs. Photo: Bloomberg
A Chinese national flag flies outside the Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar in Urumqi, Xinjiang, on May 12. China has told nations criticising its policies in Xinjiang to stop interfering in domestic affairs. Photo: Bloomberg
Tom Plate
Opinion

Opinion

Tom Plate

China’s rise: US must be a better version of itself to accommodate the re-emergence of a major power

  • Suspicions of Beijing’s intentions must give way to a more realistic assessment of the impact on the world as a once-sleeping giant awakens
  • Respect for an ancient civilisation like China must go hand in hand with humility, recognising America has its own problems to fix

A Chinese national flag flies outside the Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar in Urumqi, Xinjiang, on May 12. China has told nations criticising its policies in Xinjiang to stop interfering in domestic affairs. Photo: Bloomberg
A Chinese national flag flies outside the Xinjiang International Grand Bazaar in Urumqi, Xinjiang, on May 12. China has told nations criticising its policies in Xinjiang to stop interfering in domestic affairs. Photo: Bloomberg
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