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Chinese Policy in the Middle East in the Wake of the Arab Uprisings

  • Michael Singh
Part of the The Nottingham China Policy Institute Series book series (NCP)

Abstract

China’s role in the Middle East tends to be viewed one dimensionally by both Western and Chinese analysts — with the focus on either China’s increasing need for energy imports or its rise as a strategic rival to the United States (US). Yet the reality of Chinese interests and policy in the Middle East is far more complex.

Keywords

Foreign Policy Middle East Suez Canal Energy Information Administration Security Council Resolution 
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© Michael Singh 2016

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  • Michael Singh

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