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Studio interview: China committed to peacekeeping missions


07-20-2016 15:32 BJT

We are joined now in the studio by He Wenping, a research fellow with the Institute of Asian and African Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

Q1: This is a high-profile home-coming ceremony for deceased peacekeepers. What do you make of the event?

Q2: How would you evaluate China's role in global peacekeeping missions?

Q3: China is more committed to peacekeep missions around the world. What's your take on that?

Q4: Less than two months ago, one Chinese peacekeeper died in a car bomb at a UN mission in Mali. Why are peacekeeping missions such a target for violence? 

Q5:  What can be done to keep peacekeepers safe?

Q6: In spite of these losses, China has indicated it is willing to take on more responsibility in peacekeeping missions. Why? 

Q7: Let's talk about security issue in South Sudan. Why did different military fractions resort to force?

Q8:  How could the international community help to settle these kinds of conflicts?

Q9: What can China do to help South Sudan restore peace?

Q10: What international society could learn from social conflicts in South Sudan?

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