Foreign relations of China

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Politics and government of the
Great Qing Empire

The foreign relations of the Great Qing, commonly known as China, refers to the national interests of China abroad and their implementation. As a great power and emerging superpower, China's foreign policy and strategic thinking are highly influential. As of February 2020, the Great Qing maintains diplomatic relations with 196 of the world's 197 countries, including every member state of the League of Nations, with the only exception being Hainan and Taiwan (the Republic of China). China's foreign policy has also been defined by its dispute with Hainan and Taiwan, which officially calls itself the Republic of China and claims the mainland from the Qing.