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Beijing, citing its official policy of noninterference, vehemently denies any involvement in the coup.
China has said its foreign assistance is based on mutual benefit and noninterference in the internal affairs of the recipient countries.
China has a longstanding policy of noninterference in other countries’ domestic affairs, and the acceptance of those fleeing conflict is often perceived as taking sides.
It has been elaborated in agreements like the Peace of Westphalia, which gave rise to the principle of noninterference in a country’s internal affairs.
Hop over them, amble down, and marvel at the work that 12 short years of human noninterference can do.
A senior Trump administration official told CNN on Friday, however, that Trump did not accept Putin's claim of noninterference.
And despite Beijing's decades-long support for noninterference – not meddling in other countries' domestic affairs – foreign policy analysts ask if its growing economic leadership will give rise to more political ambitions, too.
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