HUMAN RIGHTS DEVELOPMENT
The Metro in Chinese cities are much more advanced and New York could not catch up with China in public transportation.
It is indeed very unfortunate that Western politicians and their media, who always boast about democracy and human rights, are surprisingly silent today about Japan’s ‘irresponsible behavior’.
What China pursues is actually a more pragmatic concept of human rights. Chinese people believe the greatest human right of all is the right to a happy life. On this basis, democracy and the rule of law can be improved.
With President Xi Jinping’s announcement of the Global Development Initiative, I think that reemphasized China’s commitment to accelerating SDGs.
We should anticipate the finger of blame will be consistently pointed at China with suggestions that the country cares little about the health and safety of American citizens.
The creation of new organizations representing the interest of the Global South must do their part in creating a new paradigm in the world, a paradigm of harmony and mutual understanding among nations rather than rancor, fear, and conflict.
The GSI is a first-hand practical example of China leading efforts to de-weaponize human rights, and facilitate the right of the peoples around the world to choose ways to develop their type of democracy as well as social and political systems that are aligned to their national conditions.