China’s ‘See-no-evil’ Brand of Diplomacy Has Got to Change – Andreas Ni

Lebanon’s Daily Star published an op-ed about China’s actions in , Burma and other regions:

Overseas, China’s role in places like Sudan and Burma not only draws international opprobrium, but also taints its reputation. By maintaining cozy relations with repressive regimes and protecting them from international sanctions, China risks being seen as their accomplice. Even when China’s voice could be decisive in resolving crises or preventing bloodshed, instead of acting, its diplomats repeat the old platitudes about non-interference.

The recent “saffron revolution” in Burma presented China with not only a challenge, but also an opportunity to exert its influence. Yet it failed the test of statesmanship, once again by sitting on its hands and merely calling for restraint. Thanks to China’s collusion, the suffering of Burma’s people continues. [Full text]

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