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New leaders to face foreign-policy issues

By Zhang Chunyan in London, Liu Jia in Brussels and Pu Zhendong in Beijing | China Daily | Updated: 2013-03-02 07:49

New leaders to face foreign-policy issues

China must reassure neighbors and world of its desire for peace: experts

Improving ties with neighboring states is among the many emerging challenges in Chinese foreign policy in the next five years, as Beijing anticipates new leadership this month, experts from China and abroad said.

China should concentrate first on reassuring its neighbors, and the rest of the international community, of its intentions, said David Fouquet, a senior associate of the Brussels-based European Institute of Asian Studies.

New leaders to face foreign-policy issues

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