By Lai-Ha Chan (auth.)
This publication explores public future health in China particularly the administration of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, with the target of knowing China's compliance with and resistance to the norms and principles embedded within the worldwide overall healthiness regime.
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During the Ministerial Conference at the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) in Beijing in 2000, the then Chinese President Jiang Zemin proclaimed that the world was highly unequal in development. " 80 Obviously, this "democratization" is targeting the "hegemonic" role of the United States in the international community. Similar to their Western counterparts, Chinese scholars also conceive global governance as a collection of measures that aim to resolve global issues and to maintain international political and economic order.
21 This compromising sovereignty normally acts as a policy option; an organized hypocrisy. Given that states have never been as "sovereign" as many assume they are, there is no reason to believe that current cases of violations under the influence of globalization indicate a retreat of the sovereign state. 22 In contrast to the "retreat" and "statecentric" arguments, state transformists hold that accelerated globalization has not yet spelled the end of the state. It has rather ushered in a transformation from Westphalian to post-Westphalian statehood.
The Evolution of Chinese Perspectives on Global Governance Alongside its economic reforms, which started in the late 1970s, China has experimented with a new form of participation in the global system. 84 It has increasingly deepened its integration into the international community, engaged in multilateral cooperation with a multiplicity of actors, and demonstrated an increasing willingness to comply with international norms and rules in various policy areas, including arms control, human rights, and public health (see chapter 3).
China Engages Global Health Governance: Responsible Stakeholder or System-Transformer? by Lai-Ha Chan (auth.)