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On the Role of Traditional Ethnic Minority Culture in Reshaping International Order

International relations are constantly reshaped with changing interest, relations balancing, and the interplay between the powerful and the weak, center and periphery countries, traditional and modern cultures. The conflicts arising within exert a great influence on the geopolitics and international order. Nowadays the international communications are mainly conducted through education, art and sports and the role of traditional ethnic minority culture has been greatly ignored. However, today’s world is still full of varieties and conflicts which made from culture issues. It is hard to simply put down the Russo-Ukrainian War to factors such as economy or geopolitical conflicts while ignoring ethnic culture. In this case, it is inevitable for the public to pay attention to the role of ethnic minority culture in reshaping international order, which is the main purpose of the article. The present article proposes to take its unique strength to break the cultural barrier, alleviate the conflict and opposition of different political groups, increase the deep understanding based on the common interest and to seek a new international lubricant and consensus while emphasizing the necessities and significance of promoting traditional ethnic minority culture. Putting forward specific methods for establishing a more peaceful, in-depth cultural diploma and international order.

Traditional Ethnic Minority Culture, International Communications, Reshaping International Order, Mutual Trust

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Haowei Sun. (2023). On the Role of Traditional Ethnic Minority Culture in Reshaping International Order. International and Public Affairs, 7(1), 14-17.

ACS Style

Haowei Sun. On the Role of Traditional Ethnic Minority Culture in Reshaping International Order. Int. Public Aff. 2023, 7(1), 14-17. doi: 10.11648/j.ipa.20230701.13

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Haowei Sun. On the Role of Traditional Ethnic Minority Culture in Reshaping International Order. Int Public Aff. 2023;7(1):14-17. doi: 10.11648/j.ipa.20230701.13

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