"Such alarming days when the destinies of others are in the hands of a hypocritical nation have to be terminated, and a new world order should be put in place, according to which all nations, big or small, poor or rich, can have their key interests respected and protected on an equal footing," the article, written by Liu Chang, said.
The article states:
Emerging from the bloodshed of the Second World War as the world's most powerful nation, the United States has since then been trying to build a global empire by imposing a postwar world order, fueling recovery in Europe, and encouraging regime-change in nations that it deems hardly Washington-friendly.
With its seemingly unrivaled economic and military might, the United States has declared that it has vital national interests to protect in nearly every corner of the globe, and been habituated to meddling in the business of other countries and regions far away from its shores.
Meanwhile, the U.S. government has gone to all lengths to appear before the world as the one that claims the moral high ground, yet covertly doing things that are as audacious as torturing prisoners of war, slaying civilians in drone attacks, and spying on world leaders.
The writer also alluded to BRICS, a new international monetary system to rival the U.S. dollar. Its main members are Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa.
"What may also be included as a key part of an effective reform is the introduction of a new international reserve currency that is to be created to replace the dominant U.S. dollar, so that the international community could permanently stay away from the spillover of the intensifying domestic political turmoil in the United States," Chang said.
In order for the world to operate without the U.S. as the main player, Chang said that several things have to happen. First, all nations must follow basic international law "including respect for sovereignty, and keeping hands off domestic affairs of others." Nations must recognize the United Nations as the authority in "handling global hotspot issues." "That means no one has the right to wage any form of military action against others without a UN mandate," Chang wrote.
Aside from that, the article said that "the world's financial system also has to embrace some substantial reforms."
There is a solution to avoid such a drastic change, Chang wrote, " ... it is suggested that the beltway politicians first begin with ending the pernicious impasse."
According to NBC News, China holds $1.28 trillion in U.S. debt.