The Beijing Consensus
The China's experience and new ideas is not only a model for China, but has begun to remake the whole landscape of international development, economics, society and, by extension, politics. China's new development approach, I call this the Beijing Consensus, replaces the widely-discredited Washington Consensus. It is driven by a desire to have equitable, peaceful high-quality growth, and turns traditional ideas like privatization and free trade on their heads. It does not believe in uniform solutions for every situation. It is defined by a ruthless willingness to innovate and experiment, by a lively defense of national borders and interests, and by the increasingly thoughtful accumulation of tools of asymmetric power projection. Beijing Consensus consists of three theorems. The first is the necessity of bleeding-edge innovation to create change the moves faster than the problems. This second theorem demands a development model where sustainability and equality become first considerations. Finally, the Beijing Consensus contains a theory of self-determination that stresses using leverage to move big, hegemonic powers, and the notion of asymmetric defense.
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