There has been lots of talk about multilateralism this past month since a UN Security Council meeting on May 7 and the Munich Security Conference Special Edition on May 25. Here are some recommended readings to gain more context about China's focus on 多边主义:
This report on a May 31 press conference with Zhang Jun, Permanent Representative of China to the UN, provides a good overall view of how multilateralism is the "common denominator" of China's stance at recent international events.
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