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China's Belt and Road Initiative Faces New Security Challenges in 2018
By Chuchu Zhang and Chaowei Xiao
Terrorism, political instability, and geopolitical rivalries threaten to complicate China's BRI in 2018.
Why Pakistan Is Hyphenating Palestine and Kashmir
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
The rest of the world has long distanced itself from the Islamist struggle in Kashmir – unlike Palestine.
After Trump's Jerusalem Announcement, Malaysians March on US Embassy
By Samsul Said
President Trump's decision to acknowledge Jerusalem as Israel's capital sparked anger in Kuala Lumpur.
China Has a New Middle East Peace Plan
By Yoram Evron
What's new in Beijing’s latest proposal and what does it tell us about China's views and intentions concerning the region?
Israel and China a 'Marriage Made in Heaven,' Says Netanyahu
By Shannon Tiezzi
Though security cooperation remains limited, the two sides are pushing forward on trade and technology.
China's Middle East Dilemma: Israel or Palestine?
By Wang Jin
China's balancing act between the two is increasingly difficult to maintain.
India's Israel Challenge
By Vinay Kaura
Despite PM Modi's hopes, delinking Israel and Palestine in India's foreign policy is easier said than done.
Why Palestine Supports China on the South China Sea
By Samuel Ramani
It's the latest sign of mutual support between China and the Palestinian Authority.
India’s Israel Disconnect: Rhetoric vs. Reality
By Dhirenn Nair
Why the BJP’s love of Israel will do little to change India’s foreign policy.
The Quiet Growth in Indonesia-Israel Relations
By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Bilateral ties are surprisingly extensive, even if they are kept quiet.
China’s Anti-Corruption Org Seeks ‘Hidden Tigers’
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, China’s travel rush, legal reforms, the South China Sea, and China in the Middle East. Friday China links.
Australia Votes 'No' On Palestinian Draft Resolution at UNSC
By Ankit Panda
Australia joined the United States in voting "no" on a UN Security Council draft resolution on Palestine.