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    Interview: China is the Promoter of New Globalization——Interview with Sharif Ghali, an International Relations Expert at the University of Abuja, Nigeria

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    Abuja, August 28

    Xinhua News Agency reporter Guo Jun

    Politics and Political Science, University of Abuja, Nigeria In an exclusive interview with Xinhua News Agency recently, Dean of the Department of International Relations Sherif Ghali said that China has made positive contributions to a new type of globalization and global governance, and promoted a fairer and more inclusive process of globalization.

    Galli said that for a long period of time, the globalization led by the West was to promote the Western political system, economic system and ideological culture on a global scale to realize the harvest of global interests. , most African countries and many other developing countries cannot truly benefit from such a globalization process.

    Galli believes that the same is true in the cultural field. “The so-called universal culture is actually European culture or American culture, and Western culture has swept the world… They have globalized their own culture.”

    Galli said, with the With the rise of emerging economies, developing countries have an increasing voice in global governance, and have begun to promote a fairer and more inclusive process of globalization through various multilateral cooperation mechanisms and platforms. “China is one of the promoters of the new global system.”

    Regarding the so-called “decoupling with China” recently advocated by some Western institutions and politicians, Gary pointed out that this is only because They cannot accept China‘s rapid development and worry that China‘s success will set an example for other developing countries and shake its dominance of global interests.

    Gary believes that China‘s influence is constantly increasing and its position in the global supply chain cannot be replaced. The so-called “decoupling from China” is an unrealistic fantasy. “Wherever you go, you will see Made in China,” Gary said. “In today’s industrial and economic system, it is unimaginable without China‘s participation.”

    Gary said that China‘s participation in the global supply chain is an important support for the economic growth of developing countries such as Nigeria. The “Belt and Road” initiative proposed by China has continuously helped developing countries improve the infrastructure necessary for development. Developing countries are very attractive. Gary emphasized that “decoupling from China” has no market in the vast majority of developing countries, because “decoupling from China” means decoupling from opportunities. “Without China, globalization is unsustainable.”

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