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Why is China unwilling to go to war? Is it due to internal fear, or are there deeper strategies at play?


By ahongPublished 25 days ago β€’ 4 min read

In this world stage where winds and clouds are gathering, China, as a rising pearl of the East, always adheres to the concept of peace. When the clouds of war gather in other regions, why is China always reluctant to ignite the smoke of war? Is it due to inner fear, or is there a deeper strategy behind it? Today, let's unveil this mysterious veil together.

China, an ancient country with a 5,000-year history of civilization, has long understood the cruelty of war. The flames of war throughout history have ravaged this land. Therefore, when China stands at the crossroads of the new era, she has chosen peaceful development. This is not accidental but an inevitable choice of history.

In the complex international environment, China is moving forward steadily in a peaceful manner, writing a new chapter for a great country with wisdom and courage. Faced with international disputes and conflicts, China is more inclined to seek solutions through dialogue and negotiation, rather than simply resorting to force. This choice not only highlights China's treasure of peace but also reflects her profound sense of responsibility to the world.

Although China has risen to become the world's second-largest economy, she has always maintained the modesty and pragmatism of a developing country. She knows that for developing countries, a peaceful and stable environment is the cornerstone of development. Only in such a soil can the seeds of the economy grow vigorously and bloom brilliantly.

In this world, even with very strong military power, it cannot guarantee the victory of war. The outcome of war is often full of uncertainty. If it falls into a stalemate or encounters failure, it will be a huge blow to the country and the nation. Therefore, China has chosen a more secure path - peaceful development, guarding this ancient land and her people with wisdom and courage.

"No war is the greatest happiness of the people." This is a profound insight from a netizen and also expresses the common voice of people all over the world. War is indeed an important means for a country to solve problems in political life, but excessive use of force will only lead to the decline of the country and the suffering of the people. China is unwilling to fight because she understands this principle deeply, seeing the cruelty and destruction behind the war, and seeing the prosperity and happiness brought by peace.

"Do not provoke me, I will not provoke; if you provoke me, I will definitely retaliate." This is China's firm stance and her solemn commitment to the world. China will not initiate a war, which is her principle of self-defense, but if any country attempts to infringe on her territory and sovereignty, she will not shrink back and will resolutely defend her rights and interests.

Some netizens praise: "The sentiment of a great country, the responsibility of a great country, the spirit of a great country, this is the current China." Indeed, as a great country, China not only maintains its own security but also actively participates in international affairs and has made important contributions to promoting world peace and development. She conveys the signal of peace to the world with her actions and shows the power of peace with her development.

So, why does China adhere to the concept of peace so much? This contains profound cultural traditions and strategic considerations. Since ancient times, the Chinese have emphasized the ideas of "harmony is precious" and "harmony but different," and this cultural tradition has deeply influenced China's foreign policy and practice. At the same time, China also knows the importance of peace for the country and the people. Only a peaceful environment can provide strong protection for economic development, social progress, and people's happiness. In addition, the wars in history have brought great pain and loss to the Chinese people, so China cherishes the hard-won fruits of peace even more.

War is a disaster for everyone. The rich are afraid of the loss of wealth, and the poor are worried about the safety of life. Therefore, "no fighting" is not only China's choice but also the common voice of people all over the world. In this era of globalization, the interests of countries are closely linked, and any conflict may trigger a chain reaction, disrupting global peace and stability. China knows this, so she always adheres to the concept of peace and is committed to promoting world peace and development.

China's reluctance to fight is not a manifestation of cowardice or fear, but is based on a profound understanding and adherence to peace. She takes peace as the cornerstone and moves forward steadily on the world stage, shining with a unique brilliance. At the same time, we should also remember that peace is hard-won and needs our joint maintenance and cherishing.

Finally, I would like to ask: How do you view China's choice of not wanting to fight? Do you agree or have reservations? No matter what, we should all recognize the value of peace and work for it. Because only peace can let us create a better future together! I look forward to your voice, let's speak for peace together!

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I'm Ahong, a writer painting China's stories for the world. Dive into tales that blend tradition with the contemporary, right from the heart of China.

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  • Isaac Ekow Anyidoho19 days ago

    This is nice, wild, and active work. Thanks for sharing

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