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Contemporary Arab Affairs (2022) 15 (1): 40–57.
Published: 01 March 2022
...Hocine Laarid For China, the Middle East is a large geostrategic region that contributes to determining policies, and therefore the Chinese have always aimed to “step” into this arena and advance their agenda. Even though they are seeking a strategic location on the Mediterranean coast, Beijing’s...
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2021) 14 (4): 40–66.
Published: 01 December 2021
...Hengrui Ding; Degang Sun China and Britain have contrasting images in the official and unofficial Syrian media. By analysing relevant news stories, this study reveals that China’s involvement in the Syrian crisis as covered by the Syrian media is usually limited to governmental affairs, while...
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2020) 13 (4): 24–44.
Published: 10 December 2020
...” contradiction, the basic contradiction between labor and capital, is that of imperialism or of monopoly–finance capital, embodied in the United States and its European allies, pitted against the developing world, of which China is the leading force today. © 2020 by the Centre for Arab Unity Studies...
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2019) 12 (2): 139–150.
Published: 02 June 2019
...Shirzad Azad The port city of Hong Kong has played a very crucial role in facilitating a whole host of commercial and financial interactions between East Asia and the greater Middle East region over the past several decades. Even after the strategic city became an integral part of China in 1997...
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2018) 11 (4): 111–134.
Published: 04 December 2018
...Hend Elmahly; Degang Sun China’s security concept is evolving, and its participation in Africa’s Arab countries’ peacekeeping is transforming itself from aloof bystander to active player, and from multilateralism to both multi- and unilateralism. The establishment of China’s logistics base...
Contemporary Arab Affairs (2013) 6 (3): 458–466.
Published: 01 July 2013
...Michael C. Hudson This paper explores the implications of the tectonic shifts in the global balance of power marked by the rise of China and India and the relative decline of American hegemony across the Indian Ocean region – bordered as it is by five continents and some 40 countries. Located...