The Middle East and China’s Belt and Road Initiative
China’s presence in the Middle East is on the rise, particularly in the framework of its Belt and Road Initiative. As the US draws down its commitments in the region, China has scaled up its engagement, developing relations with a myriad of countries, including those on different sides of regional divides. It has become a major import-export partner for countries such as Israel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iran. Central to China’s growing presence in the region is Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), which seeks to create greater connectivity between Asia, Africa and Europe as a means of boosting China’s economic growth.
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