As “the largest developing nation” in the world, China has growing ties with other developing nations in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. Recently, China has been acting more like a “major country” or great power. As China’s reform deepens, its opening has become comprehensive and multidimensional. With its rapid economic growth, China wants to expand its markets and secure reliable supplies of resources in support of its economic development. Resource diplomacy, therefore, has become a prominent feature of its contemporary foreign policy.
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