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  1. Introduction
  2. The reasons for the Irish "no"
    1. The context of the referendum
    2. The reasons for the rejection
  3. The ways out of the crisis
    1. How did the crisis happen?
    2. What to do now?

Chinese power is undeniable, and it manifests itself at different levels. But China is still in transition, its future on the international stage is uncertain, a cause of great concern for other global powers. The issues of power are many, but currently, China has necessarily a major role to play in the coming years.

It will therefore see the stakes of such power, including what may be its role in a multipolar world that is increasingly leaning towards the West. China is now a key partner in both political and commercial domains, and around which a global game of chess is organized. The country made a diplomatic shift leading to become more involved in multilateralism and in defending the global interests. Previously, this attitude must be informed with regard to the report that China maintains the fundamental rights and also its relation to the United States; these two elements constitute the fundamental issues and determinants of Chinese policy in matters of global issues.

Diplomatic relations conditioned by a positive ideological agreement - As stated by Kham Vorapheth, "China and the West - they are still two worlds and two cultures." This report is scalable and tends towards a peace through the consideration of mutual interests, but on the ideological and political differences and misunderstandings are marked, which limits the possibility of genuine Sino-Western dialogue. In this regard, the relationship between the major powers, the United States and China, are all the more crucial.

China and its relation to human rights, a factor of difficulty in Sino-Western dialogue - Chinese power, recognized in the light of events developed in the first part, has consequences internally. Chinese civilization is indeed noteworthy, the only country in the world whose ancient civilization has been passed down continuously for 5000 years and has demonstrated an endurance and strength evident in the light of the various invasions and attacks it has suffered, and indeed, seen from the emergence of China on the international stage and its openness to the world more generally, some of its traditional values which have been totally disrupted. While the takeover of the CPC in 1949 has a role to play: it has displaced many traditional values in question, deemed incompatible with the ideology of the party and likely to challenge its legitimacy. But the reason for this shift comes mainly from the fact that in the twenty-first century, the Chinese deliberately turned toward modernism and some Western values.

The examples, multiple, (modification of the family, the emergence of a consumer society ), show that the emergence of a "savage" capitalist society and the advent of economic globalization have been accompanied by the emergence of an elite Chinese, a huge believer in the values of modernity model specific to the Western materialistic society. But the changes in everyday life is only the tip of the iceberg, and even mask a reality, that of a rather static Chinese nation, especially on its political system and its relation to human rights, despite some developments within the scope of the influence of Western values.

Tags: Chinese economy, Sino-Western dialogue, Chinese civilization

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