China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has published a long-awaited list of countries that China considers its spheres of influence.
The list of 39 countries is not a list of China’s neighbors.
It is not even a list that includes the countries listed on the United Nations Security Council.
Instead, it is a list compiled by China in an attempt to gauge how it will treat its allies and partners if a new U.N. Security Council resolution, the East Asia Summit (ESA), is passed.
The list includes all the countries that Beijing considers allies and friends and are thus subject to its sovereignty, territorial integrity and political autonomy.
It also includes countries it considers to be “belligerent” or “terrorist” and countries that it considers a threat to China’s national security and interests.
China has also said that it does not want to be a party to any new resolutions that might affect its territorial sovereignty.
The U.S. and its allies say that the list, which does not include countries in the Persian Gulf or in the Indian Ocean, is simply an attempt by China to avoid international pressure on it to curb its own behavior in the region.
The U.K. foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, said that the U.KS. was not interested in a new resolution that would threaten China’s sovereignty.
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