The Red Star and the Crescent: China and the Middle East

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Oxford University Press, Apr 1, 2018 - Political Science
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The Red Star and the Crescent provides an in-depth and multi-disciplinary analysis of the evolving relationship between China and the Middle East. Despite its increasing importance, very few studies have examined this dynamic, deepening, and multi-faceted nexus. James Reardon- Anderson has sought to fill this critical gap. The volume examines the "big picture" of international relations, then zooms in on case studies and probes the underlying domestic factors on each side. Reardon- Anderson tackles topics as diverse as China's security strategy in the Middle East, its military relations with the states of the region, its role in the Iran nuclear negotiations, the Uyghur question, and the significance and consequences of the Silk Road strategy. A comprehensive study of the changing forces driving one of the world's most important strategic, economic and cultural relationships
 

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Contents

About the Contributors
Chinas Search for Security in the Greater Middle East
China the United States and the Middle East
The China Model and the Middle East
Chinas Military Relations with the Middle East
Sailing Through Rough Waters
Beijings Mediation Effort
China and Iraq
Chinas Quest
The Belt and Road Initiative and the Middle East
An Examination
A Potential Time Bomb
Index
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James Reardon-Anderson is Sun Yat-sen Professor of Chinese Studies and Dean of the Georgetown University School of Foreign Studies in Qatar. He is the author of five books on the history and politics of China, most recently Reluctant Pioneers: China's Expansion Northward, 1644-1937 (2005).

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