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China-Saudi Arabia relations

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. 

What Will China’s Shift From Oil Mean for Saudi Arabia and Russia?

What Will China’s Shift From Oil Mean for Saudi Arabia and Russia?

Dr. Erica Downs discusses the economic and geopolitical impacts of China’s energy transition.
China and Saudi Arabia: A Partnership Under Pressure

China and Saudi Arabia: A Partnership Under Pressure

By Duncan Bartlett
As war returns to the Middle East, what are the implications for the relationship between Saudi Arabia and China?

China’s Middle East Agenda

China’s Middle East Agenda

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Julian Spencer-Churchill and Behrouz Ayaz.

China’s Diplomatic Coup in the Middle East: The Facts Behind the Hype

China’s Diplomatic Coup in the Middle East: The Facts Behind the Hype

By François Godement
China’s diplomatic push into the region is less than meets the eye – but it should not be ignored, either.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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Middle Eastern Countries Are Rebalancing Relations With the US and China

Middle Eastern Countries Are Rebalancing Relations With the US and China

By Dale Aluf
Gulf states aren’t choosing China over the U.S., but rather weaning themselves away from overdependence on Washington by engaging with a variety of other partners.

The Broader Context Behind China’s Mediation Between Iran and Saudi Arabia

The Broader Context Behind China’s Mediation Between Iran and Saudi Arabia

By Mehran Haghirian and Jacopo Scita
When it was clear that an agreement was possible to finalize the détente, China took the mantle of responsibility and the role of a direct mediator.
Iran, Saudi Arabia Agree to Resume Ties, With China’s Help

Iran, Saudi Arabia Agree to Resume Ties, With China’s Help

By Jon Gambrell
The major diplomatic breakthrough, negotiated in Beijing with China as mediator, is a demonstration of China's influence in the Middle East.

Can China Continue to Balance Between Saudi Arabia and Iran? 

Can China Continue to Balance Between Saudi Arabia and Iran? 

By Jesse Marks
Xi Jinping’s recent visit to Riyadh resulted in a rare diplomatic rebuke from Tehran. 

Xi’s Visit Marks New Era for China-Arab Relations

Xi’s Visit Marks New Era for China-Arab Relations

By Wang Jin
The Chinese leader’s trip to Saudi Arabia involved outreach to the entire bloc of Arab states, adding momentum to growing ties.

Xi Jinping’s Trip to Riyadh Is About More Than Saudi-US Relations

Xi Jinping’s Trip to Riyadh Is About More Than Saudi-US Relations

By William Figueroa
China-Saudi Arabia relations are both deeper and more limited than recent coverage suggests.
China’s Xi Heads to Saudi Arabia to Boost Beijing’s Influence in the Middle East

China’s Xi Heads to Saudi Arabia to Boost Beijing’s Influence in the Middle East

By Shannon Tiezzi
Xi Jinping will attend the first China-Arab States summit as both sides see an opportunity to advance relations. 

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