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Xi wants to prevent ‘color revolutions’

China’s President Xi Jinping has called for collective defense against so-called color revolutions at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit. Member states are supposed to prevent any attempts by foreign powers to interfere in the internal affairs of SCO members. Color revolutions are protests against authoritarian governments that led to regime changes in Serbia, Georgia, Ukraine, Lebanon and Kyrgyzstan. The People’s Republic has long accused the United States of supporting color revolutions around the world to secure its hegemony. Xi invited SCO countries to join China’s global security initiative.

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