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Routledge Handbook ON China–Middle East Relations

Edited by: Jonathan Fulton

Print publication date:  December  2021
Online publication date:  December  2021

Print ISBN: 9780367472702
eBook ISBN: 9781003034520
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781003034520
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Book description

This handbook brings together a mix of established and emerging international scholars to provide valuable analytical insights into how China?s growing Middle East presence affects intra-regional development, trade, security, and diplomacy.

As the largest extra-regional economic actor in the Middle East, China is the biggest source of foreign direct investment into the region and the largest trading partner for most Middle Eastern states. This portends a larger role in political and security affairs, as the value of Chinese assets combined with a growing expatriate population in the region demands a more proactive role in contributing to regional order. Exploring the effect of these developments, the expert contributors also consider the reverberations in great power politics, as the United States, Russia, India, Japan, and the European Union also have considerable interests in the region. The book is divided into four sections:

? Historical and policy context
? State and regional case studies
? Trade and development
? International relations, security, and diplomacy.

This volume is an essential reference for scholars and policy-makers in the fields of international relations, political sociology, international political economy, and foreign policy analysis. Area studies specialists in Middle Eastern Studies, China Studies, and East Asian Studies will also find it an invaluable resource.

Table of contents

Prelims Download PDF
Chapter  1:  China's emergence as a Middle East power Download PDF
Chapter  2:  China and the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  3:  The Middle East in China's global strategies Download PDF
Chapter  4:  China in Middle Eastern strategic thinking Download PDF
Chapter  5:  Strategic convergence or strategic rivalry? Download PDF
Chapter  6:  China and the Gulf region Download PDF
Chapter  7:  China and the Levant Download PDF
Chapter  8:  China and North Africa Download PDF
Chapter  9:  China–Egypt relations during the BRI era and beyond Download PDF
Chapter  10:  China and Saudi Arabia Download PDF
Chapter  11:  Turkey's relations with China and the Belt and Road Initiative Download PDF
Chapter  12:  China–Iran relations Download PDF
Chapter  13:  Israel and China Download PDF
Chapter  14:  Frozen in time Download PDF
Chapter  15:  Sino-Omani relations Download PDF
Chapter  16:  China's evolving energy relations with the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  17:  China's approach to post-conflict reconstruction in the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  18:  China's nascent soft power projection in the Middle East and North Africa Download PDF
Chapter  19:  Technological dimensions of China–MENA economic relations Download PDF
Chapter  20:  China's partnership diplomacy in the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  21:  Chinese private security companies in the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  22:  Community-building and social engagement Download PDF
Chapter  23:  The China model and the Middle East Download PDF
Chapter  24:  A tough job Download PDF
Chapter  25:  China and the Palestinian–Israeli conflict Download PDF
Chapter  26:  Chinese diplomatic outreach to MENA Download PDF
Index Download PDF
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