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China in Afghanistan: Trade and Terrorism
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sean Roberts.
China’s Afghanistan Gambit
By Barbara Kelemen
The pace of the Taliban’s military advancement on the eve of the U.S. pullout not only stokes worries of regional spillover, but also shines a spotlight on China.
Can China Drive the Afghan Peace Process?
By Shubhangi Pandey
China must clarify its strategic priorities to be able to positively influence the trajectory of the Afghan peace process.
Afghanistan’s ‘China Card’ Approach to Pakistan, Part 1: 1991-2014
By Ahmad Bilal Khalil
Since the early '90s, Kabul has tried to convince China to intervene with Pakistan on its behalf – to little success.
How 1980 Laid the Groundwork for China’s Major Foreign Policy Challenges
By Bonnie Girard
China’s policies on Afghanistan, Xinjiang, Russia, terrorism, and the trade war – all have their roots in the late Cold War era.
With Rumored 'Training Camp,' China's Afghanistan Presence Set to Grow
By Catherine Putz
A larger regional view helps shed light on China’s increasing activities in Afghanistan.
The Regional Fallout From Trump's Afghanistan Approach
By Sudha Ratan
President Trump’s unpredictable foreign policy means tough times for Afghanistan.