@derspiegel reports that Scholz said in Davos that the world "must not look away when human rights are being violated, as we are currently witnessing in Xinjiang" (approximate translation).
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Scholz also stated that China should not be isolated, a comment that I in principle agree with. He believes the nation should be embedded in a multilateral and rule-based global order. Here, he holds onto an illusion as China is seeking to establish an alternative order.

May 26, 2022 · 8:16 PM UTC

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Replying to @adrianzenz
Exactly, that tired charade about encouraging China to make a positive contribution to global issues. Scholz is an improvement over Merkel... But not quite there yet
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Replying to @adrianzenz
Yes. The alternative order is Xi's order.
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No nation should be isolated. Else you deprive yourself of the privilege of being in or using the term “comity of nations”
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No nation but China repeatedly isolate itself from the rest of the globe. It's already doing it again
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Replying to @adrianzenz
US thought the same back then & look what China has become. HK’s democracy fyi is also destroyed.
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How did that work out when the same approach was extended to Russia ?