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One Spark before the Explosion: Beijing says Small Groups can’t Rule The World


The Group of Seven’s G7 adoption of a controversial agenda against China has escalated tensions, drawing a stern rebuke from Beijing about outdated assumptions that small groups of countries could still rule and make decisions for the rest of the world. Leaders of the so-called Group of Seven (G7) largest economies have adopted an openly hostile anti-China stance, including a U.S.-proposed rival plan to counter China’s multi-trillion-dollar Belt and Road initiative (BRI) by investing in infrastructure in developing countries. The adoption of the Build Back Better World (B3W) project came after Joe Biden and other G7 leaders held their meeting…

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