Many things to be contested within West-dominated international system: British expert
As developing countries gain a bigger voice internationally through institutions like BRICS and the G20, many experts consider the trend historic. But they warn that true equality between the Global South and the West won't happen overnight. At this week's Global Public Security Cooperation Forum in the Chinese city of Lianyungang, our reporter Zhou Jiaxin spoke with Martin Jacques, a former senior fellow at the Department of Politics and International Studies at Cambridge University and author of "When China Rules the World." In the interview, Jacques sheds light on the reception of China's Belt and Road Initiative in the West and what this means for developing countries.