Transformation of Civilization and the Construction of China’s Grand Strategy

Wenmiao YANG

Abstract


At present, mankind is in an age of civilized transformation, which is from industrial civilization to post-industrial civilization, or ecological civilization and sustainable civilization. In the course of 40 years of reform and opening up, China’s understanding and pursuit of civilization has undergone major changes, from a purely material and class struggle demand to a five-pronged view of civilization, which includes material civilization, spiritual civilization, political civilization, social civilization, and ecological civilization. Building China’s grand strategy in the process of civilized transformation requires us to proceed from the direction of the five civilizations, and take corresponding measures in the fields of economic globalization and regional integration, rejuvenation of science and technology, cultural values, a harmonious world, political transformation, international mechanisms, ecological civilization, and global issues.


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Civilization transformation; China’s grand strategy; Construction

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/41-45

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