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Advances in Social Behavior Research (ASBR) is an international peer reviewed journal which publishes only original articles from a wide variety of methodological and disciplinary perspectives concerning education, psychology and communication issues. The journal aims to improve the human condition by providing a public forum for discussion and debate communication, education and psychology issues. The journal publishes articles that are research-oriented and welcomes empirical and theoretical articles concerning micro, meso, and macro phenomena. Manuscripts that are suitable for publication in the ASBR cover domains on various perspectives of education, psychology, communication, and their impact on individuals, businesses and society.

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  • February 21, 2023, Good News! Welcome Dr. Nafhesa Ali from Northumbria University to give a speech at the 4th International Conference on Education Innovation and Philosophical Inquiries (ICEIPI 2023).
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    These years China has specifically emphasized on its own culture, building up the BRI and applying the culture to foreign policies. Different from core socialist values which seems to be universal values, culturalism promoted in China is a more domestic and centralized ruling tool. Core socialist values seems to emphasize on democracy, but in China, it does not correspond to the Document No.9. Therefore, there is a transition from core socialist values to culturalism which may not officially notified by the government but can be shown on various aspects. This paper analyzes China’s domestic policies that support the transition.

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    China has a complicated relationship with Russia who used to be Soviet Union. Recently, Xi Jinping has aligned closely with Putin. As Russia’s friend, in the 2022 Russo-Ukrainian war, does China support Russia, standing the opposite of the world? China’s official attitude can be ambiguous, but what is the real attitude? What are mass people’s attitudes in China? Therefore, this paper studies from the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the mass people’s comments to figure out China’s real attitude behind the word games.

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    With the development of the economic globalization, the amount of international investments is growing, and the conflicts between host state and the investors have also increased. Since the twentieth century, multinational company invested in the developing country continuously. However, the terms and contents of International Protection Agreement are not perfect, they are unequal and involve economic exchange between countries. Sometimes, it cannot protect the developing countries very well. This paper analyses three types of the International Protection Agreements and reasons why the existing investment protection agreements cannot achieve specific purposes and ideas for solving status and nature of international investment in multinational companies to give the host state a right to sue the foreign investors. Developing country interests may be hunt by inequality terms in the agreement. The global economic investment may be in a mess when the foreign investors exploit the host state. Meanwhile, a justical concept is necessary, which is protecting the interests of developing country.

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    This paper is a detailed analysis of how socialist thinking can help International Health Organizations. WHO's health system is of great importance to people all over the world, and it holds a key position in the deal with international relations. But judging from the examples of the effects of various transnational epidemics discussed in this article, the current WHO health system is inadequate for this vital responsibility and fails to handle international relations well. This paper will give a detailed explanation of why WHO needs to apply socialist thought and argue the excellence of socialist thought in helping WHO better deal with international relations and international health issues. The deficiencies of WHO's health system are directly reflected in its policies. This paper will demonstrate how reforming WHO's policies with socialist ideology will improve international relations and better deal with international health issues.

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