The Chinese delegate in the delegate in the Security Council admitted not all disputes are caused by climate change, and some amendments to the state’s policies are needed.
The delegate mainly stressed the importance of improving partnerships and trading of modern technologies with other countries, such as Japan.
China sees itself as a leader in the battle of the climate change and strongly suggests “that the U.S. reconsiders its position on the climate change” which was brought forth during the last Paris convention.
Even though China is eager to settle the current problems caused by the climate change, its position on the methods and mechanisms is very unclear. During a recent debate concerning the prevention of the armed conflict, the Chinese delegate has admitted of “going against its national policies”.
The Chinese delegate believes current disputes are not being properly addressed by sending peacekeeping operations to the areas of conflict.
This raises the question:, just how much does China value the lives of its people and those who have already lost their lives in the previous peacekeeping operations?
China has one of the largest numbers, around 7OO peacekeepers, currently on the grounds of the South Sudan.