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China Will Collaborate With Trump To Take Over The World
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Chinese president tells UN in Geneva that his nation wants to lead efforts to shape relations between world’s major powers

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China wants to lead efforts to build a “stable and balanced” framework for relations among the world’s major powers, ­President Xi Jinping said at the United Nations’ European headquarters in Geneva.
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His speech marked the end of a four-day diplomatic tour that ­included an address against trade protectionism at the World ­Economic Forum in the Swiss ski resort of Davos, and a state visit to Switzerland.
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The trip came right before US president-elect Donald Trump is sworn into office and was viewed by analysts as an attempt to position China as a global leader amid suggestions the new administration in the White House might lesson the US role on the world stage.
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Xi said during his speech on Wednesday that China was actively pursuing “a new model of major country relations” with the US as a way of avoiding conflicts between the two powers, while deepening ­relations with Europe as well as Russia and the other nations in the so-called BRICS bloc – Brazil, India and South Africa.
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“We need to push for the ­democratisation of international relations … The responsibility for global governance should be shared by different countries,” Xi said.“Big countries should treat small countries as equals and ­refrain from seeking hegemony. No country should start a war casually or break international law,” he said.
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China’s pursuit of a new model for ties with the US was often met with scepticism under Barack Obama’s administration.
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Xi also offered a defence of ­globalisation in his UN speech, citing the progress that it brings despite its problems, such as the inequalities that accompany ­economic development.
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“Economic globalisation is the right direction. Of course, we ­acknowledge the existence of problems like inequality, difficulties in governance,” he said.
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“We need to address and solve these problems. But we cannot give up eating for fear of choking,” Xi added.
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