Chinese New Diplomacy has emerged as a vector in the Asian region first, where it has achieved a considerable visibility. This paper aims to describe the model of the Chinese New Diplomacy, while analyzing its elements and profiles. Taking into account the remarkable influence and the newly centered desires, a fresh era in the Chinese foreign policy has stepped out. This work assembles some views from inside ofChina, making it more valuable for foreigners, who, in my opinion might be very easily biased by different state and non-state actors from abroad.


Noua Diplomație Chineză a apărut ca vector relativ recent în regiunea asiatică, reușind să atingă o vizibilitate consi­derabilă. În această lucrare ne-am propus să descriem modelul Noii Diplomații Chineze, contextual analizând elementele și profilurile sale. Luând în considerare influența mondială remarcabilă și noile dorințe geopolitice, China a generat o eră nouă în politica externă. Sunt asamblate câteva puncte de vedere din interiorul Chinei, ceea ce face lucrarea valoroasă pentru străini, care, în opinia noastră, ar putea fi foarte ușor influențați de diferiți actori de stat atât din interior, cât și din exterior.


Asian Region, China, Chinese New Diplomacy, Foreign Policy, Chinese Diplomacy, Ideology, Leadership, Administration, Public Opinion.

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