From China Daily:
China’s security policy is based on the basic reality that it is a developing country with the strategic goal of achieving peaceful development.
With regard to the international situation, China’s security policy is based primarily on three aspects.
First, the country keeps a close watch on non-traditional security threats as well as attaches great importance to coping with traditional security threats.
The core of the country’s national security is to safeguard its sovereignty and territorial integrity and guarantee its survival and development. [Full Text]
Xiong Guangkai (ÁÜäÂÖâÊ•∑) is chairman of the China Institute for International Strategic Studies.