[Author] Fu Yin, Yan Xuetong, Jia Qingguo, Cai Tuo, Pang Zhongying, Zhu Yunhan, Zhu Feng, Wang Yiwei, etc.
[Publisher and date] People’s Publishing House, August 1st, 2020
[Abstract] At present, the weakening ability and willingness of Western countries to maintain the world order and the rapid economic rise of China and other emerging countries are jointly pushing the international order toward "the greatest change ever seen in a century". In the future evolution of the international order, China should not only insist on reform and opening up, resolutely defend free trade and the multilateral system, but also seek common ground while reserving differences, promote cooperation among all countries, including the West, and effectively handle and control its relations with the United States. The most important thing is to do its own business and respond to the uncertainty of the international order with the certainty of reform and opening up.