Opinion: China says it wants a more fair global order for developing nations, but its true goal remains increased influence for itself
"Although Beijing projects itself as the leader of the Third World, striving for a greater voice for the developing nations in U.S.-led global institutions, the country’s real motive is to shore up its own international stature by generating a consensus in the global South," writes Shaheli Das.
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