government in this world is facing a
"1+N" social environment, namely its domestic environment (“1”),
and a number of foreign environments (“N”). This status quo is objective. It
has nothing to do with ideology, value, wealth, or religion. So long as a
country has a governance organization, it has to face such a social environment.
On the basis of such governance, any policy decision is either right or wrong,
with no intermediate or vague possibilities. Although there could be various
explanations afterward, or the fact may be muddled by different opinions, over
the long course of history, the results will always be revealed.
how can governance make the right policy choices?
conclusions based on the assessment and regression of the relationship between
government and society are in fact simple and straightforward. The best and
most reasonable policy choice is the one that ignores social labels, puts aside
all kinds of interference, and aims at the biggest interests and fundamental
goals. This is a very simple definition, but it is also rather difficult to
implement. The reason lies in the different environments in which government
organizations are located and the different levels of interference. In many
cases, it is hard to realize the biggest interests and fundamental goals in
reality even if we readily understand and grasp them.
is a common practice, regardless in which country. Facing various situations,
society is more often than not, a passive spectator. When one cannot identify
the situations on faces, it would then necessary to label all kinds of
participants in the social "game". In a society where such labels are
like price stickers of goods, so-and-so may be
"right" simply because so-and-so has a certain status and title. The
same is true of "representative". To say that so-and-so is
"representative" is also to say that so-and-so owns the label. To say
that so-and-so is "who" is also a label. Most people certainly don't
really know this person. They believe so-and-so only because of a label. In this
world, there are many people who believe in someone because of a label, but when
things turn worse, the same someone would often keep quiet.
other thing is human nature itself. The leader of any government organization
always has preferences, because the leader of any country is also a person with
emotions, so he or she must have preferences and choices as well. When such
policy leaders' preferences and choices deviate from their best interests and
fundamental goals, crises will occur and policy choices can go wrong. This is
what emotion is. Ordinary people get emotional, and so do policy leaders. This
will also cause troubles and bad policy choices.
today's society, due to the existence of the internet, information can spread
rapidly, and it is easy for all kinds of characters with labels to emerge, or
even become popular for a while. Among them are famous scholars, professors,
public figures. They have a high profile and a label, but their advice is not
necessarily the right one. Some people may have ideas on foreign relations, and
speak eloquently and passionately. In the case of China, they actually push
China to be beaten up in the world. Therefore, this kind of person's
proposition deviates from the best interest and the fundamental goal. There are
also some so-called good ideas put forward by scholars and well-known figures,
but in terms of implementation, these ideas are not satisfactory and unrealistic.
This kind of situation also deviates from the best interest of the governmental
organization and fundamental goal.
most stable countries in the world have always been those where policy
deviations can be effectively corrected and rectified. Policy choices based on
labels and preferences often have uncontrollable consequences that are not in
the best interest or fundamental goal. Therefore, it is the most beneficial and
correct policy choice mode for any government organization to restrain
preferences with system and ideological consciousness and to make policy
choices based on reality rather than labels.
is no accident for any country to achieve stability. All this has to do with
policy choices that serve the country’s best interests and fundamental goals.
Deviations of any kind can lead to obstacles, troubles, perplexities, and
unquantifiable policy losses. In a complex world, we need to be realistic.
policy choice is the most important way for the administration of a government.
The policy choices and decisions aiming at the greatest interests and
fundamental goals based on the spirit of realism would be the most ideal and
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