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China in the Middle East

China and 22 Arab Countries Reach Consensus on Gaza Ceasefire and Further Cooperation

China and 22 Arab Countries Reach Consensus on Gaza Ceasefire and Further Cooperation

By Nick Carraway
China is one of the few geopolitically prominent countries that has managed to maintain good relations with Israel, Palestine, and the wider Muslim world. 

China’s Rise in the Global South

China’s Rise in the Global South

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Dawn Murphy.
Will China Replace the US As Saudi Arabia’s Main Ally?

Will China Replace the US As Saudi Arabia’s Main Ally?

By Aparna Divya
Riyadh is trying to strike a balance between short-term economic benefits from China and its long-standing strategic alliance with the United States. 

Will Iraq’s Prime Minister Sudani Visit China?

Will Iraq’s Prime Minister Sudani Visit China?

By Sardar Aziz
The Iraqi prime minister, Mohammed Shia al-Sudani, has been invited to Beijing, but it appears that the Iraqi side is reluctant. Why?

Xi Pledges More Gaza Aid and Talks Trade at Summit With Arab Leaders

Xi Pledges More Gaza Aid and Talks Trade at Summit With Arab Leaders

By Simina Mistreanu and Emily Wang Fujiyama
Besides China's expansive trade ties in the Middle East, it has increasingly sought to play a diplomatic role in the region.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

As Blinken Heads to China, What’s on the Agenda?

As Blinken Heads to China, What’s on the Agenda?

By Matthew Lee
China’s support for Russia will be a primary topic, along with war in the Middle East and tensions over Taiwan and the South China Sea.

Navigating New Roads: China’s EV Giants and the GCC’s Economic Shift

Navigating New Roads: China’s EV Giants and the GCC’s Economic Shift

By Zichong Ye
The growing presence of Chinese EV makers in Gulf countries indicates a convergence of interests.
China’s Influence in the Middle East and Its Limitations

China’s Influence in the Middle East and Its Limitations

By Dale Aluf
China’s formidable capabilities are tempered by equally formidable constraints.

The Iran Factor in the China-Taiwan-US Triangle

The Iran Factor in the China-Taiwan-US Triangle

By Thiago de Aragao
China could seek to use Iran as a tool to push the United States farther and farther from Taiwan.

China in the Red Sea: Beijing’s Houthi Connection 

China in the Red Sea: Beijing’s Houthi Connection 

By Barbara Kelemen
China’s response to the crisis in the Red Sea demonstrates both the existence and limitation of its relationship with the Houthis. 

Trouble Among Neighbors: Iran, Pakistan, and China’s Offer of Mediation

Trouble Among Neighbors: Iran, Pakistan, and China’s Offer of Mediation

By Eram Ashraf
China’s interest in mediating between Iran and Pakistan stemmed from both specific concerns and broader foreign policy shifts. 
With Global Shipping on the Line, China Says It’s ‘Deeply Concerned’ by Tensions in the Red Sea

With Global Shipping on the Line, China Says It’s ‘Deeply Concerned’ by Tensions in the Red Sea

By Associated Press
A spokesperson said that China is “deeply concerned about the recent escalation of the Red Sea situation,” but did not mention the Houthis by name.

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