A Guide to Extreme Competition With China
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International Information (Dis)Order. Chinese global influence operations are based on the premise that the "Chinese dream" is a positive force for good in the world
China's neighbors expect and accept a certain level of harassment of their fishing fleets in their own territorial waters, and China avoids scrutiny of its human rights and other abuses through its leadership and influence in various international organizations.
In recent years China has shown increasing interest in growing its membership and influence in many of these same international institutions, as well as seeking to establish alternative institutions that might afford it still greater influence.12 Figure 2.1 presents 13 examples of Chinese parallel structures