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>its political system, particularly the perpetual leadership of the ruling party.<|
That's putting words in Xi's mouth: in a world where coups and foreign invasions are distinctive features - no need to point out which countries have become victims of foreign aggressions - there is indeed a need for a strong, centralized party to govern the country, and that happens to be the Chinese Communist Party (CPC). So, yes, the CPC would continue to rule the country for the foreseeable future. But Xi, who's well-versed with Mao Zedong Thought, also knows that the former chairman had once said that "one day, the Communist Party would no longer be needed by the Chinese people." That day would surely come when imperialism no long rule the world.
>includes opposing regimes that trouble their own people<
That would mean opposing regimes in nearly all Western states, where massive demonstrations against racism, against "austerity" measures, against environmental degradation, etc., have occurred. Surely that's not what the author wants.
>the real conflict ,,, those of ignorance, exploitation and oppression<
Tell readers here which nations, except for a few small ones in Northern Europe, that don't wallow in "ignorance, exploitation, and oppression."
There are powerful countries where officials have seriously argued against biological evolution, global warming, and kept large numbers of minority peoples in jail, etc.