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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. 

China Is Not a Revisionist Power in the Gulf

China Is Not a Revisionist Power in the Gulf

By Leon Sinfield
Shared interests with the United States prevent Beijing from challenging the status quo in the region.
Will Africa Rather Than China Be the Peacemaker in the Russia-Ukraine War?

Will Africa Rather Than China Be the Peacemaker in the Russia-Ukraine War?

By Ovigwe Eguegu
Africa's proposal for an end to the war is broadly similar to China's, but there are some important differences.

China’s Special Envoy Concludes Talks in Ukraine

China’s Special Envoy Concludes Talks in Ukraine

By Shannon Tiezzi
China attempted to downplay expectations from its first serious attempt at mediation, emphasizing that “there is no panacea for defusing the crisis."

Can China Broker Peace in Sudan?

Can China Broker Peace in Sudan?

By Matai Muon and Brian Wong
Beijing could hold the key to any future peace in Sudan, but this projection must be buttressed with realism.

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

The Global Security Initiative: China’s New Security Architecture for the Gulf

The Global Security Initiative: China’s New Security Architecture for the Gulf

By Mordechai Chaziza
The GSI is the latest expression of China’s bid to challenge the Western-led global governance system. How will it play out in the Gulf region?

China’s Offer to Mediate in the Israel-Palestine Conflict Is Overstated – For Now

China’s Offer to Mediate in the Israel-Palestine Conflict Is Overstated – For Now

By Guy Burton
China’s foreign minister sparked speculation with back-to-back phone calls to his Israeli and Palestinian counterparts, but the offer to mediate is not new.
China’s Diplomacy: A Triumph of Cost-Benefit Analysis

China’s Diplomacy: A Triumph of Cost-Benefit Analysis

By François Godement
Do China’s capacities match the long shadow it projects on the global community? And what are the risks that China is ready to take in its international endeavors?

China in Iran-Saudi Arabia Relations: Impact on Israel

China in Iran-Saudi Arabia Relations: Impact on Israel

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Mordechai Chaziza.

Why China Is Looking for a Bigger Role in the Middle East

Why China Is Looking for a Bigger Role in the Middle East

By Mu Chunshan
China's brokering of the Iran-Saudi Arabia agreement advances several diplomatic priorities for Beijing.

What the Iran-Saudi Agreement Reveals About China’s Approach to Conflict Management

What the Iran-Saudi Agreement Reveals About China’s Approach to Conflict Management

By Guy Burton
Beijing prefers to lead from behind, engaging in “quasi-mediation” on diplomatic processes that are already in motion.
What Would China’s Mediation in the Ukraine Crisis Look Like?

What Would China’s Mediation in the Ukraine Crisis Look Like?

By Yang Jiang
China’s past diplomatic efforts provide precedents and options for a more involved role in peacemaking in Ukraine.

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