Comments on Dai Yonghong and Wang Jianping "Suu Kyi visit demonstrates changing China–Myanmar relations", 4/07/2015
China, as the world’s largest nation and the second (and soon to the) largest economy, should and must gradually learn to act as a skillful world leader. The visit by Aung San Suu Kyi at the invitation of the CCP reflects in a sense a significant move in that direction. This can also be viewed as a continuation of China’s move in its relationship with both the North and South Koreas, with the latter first being established in the early 1990s, when Deng Xiaoping was still influential.
Irrespective the one party rule in China, multi party politics is a reality in many countries. China and its leadership need to have working and constructive relationships with all major parties in other countries.