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China's changing relations with the Middle East

by John Calabrese

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0861871383, Hardcover)

As China increases in importance as a world power, its strategic interests are expanding. In this comprehensive study, the author demonstrates that in spite of its geographical and cultural remoteness from the Middle East, that China has had, and continues to have, interests in the Region. Covering the period 1950-1989, the author makes a chronological exploration of Sino-Middle East relations, analysing what those interests are, how and with what degrees of success they have pursued.

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