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Jonathan Fulton: China’s Proposed Strategic Partnership With Iran is “Overstated”

Jonathan Fulton, a leading China-Persian Gulf scholar, warned U.S. policymakers not to misread China's proposed strategic partnership with Iran, which has sparked widespread concern in Washington. Fulton testified towards the end of a day-long hearing on Wednesday organized by the U.S.-China ...

The Maritime Implications of Growing China-Iran Strategic Ties

Abhijit Singh, a former Indian naval officer and now a senior fellow who heads the Maritime Policy Initiative at the New Delhi-based Observer Research Foundation explores the implications of a China-Iran strategic partnership in the context of naval power.  Singh points ...

The China-Mediterranean Observer: Chinese and Iranian Analysts Are Not Aligned on Proposed Pact

We found a number of very interesting articles published by the media of the wider Mediterranean region that provide important insights into some of the most interesting aspects of China’s relations with the countries there. Though we selected articles published by the media of a number of ...

The Proposed China-Iran Deal “Isn’t a Big Deal” Says Leading China-Gulf Scholar

Jonathan Fulton is an assistant professor at Zayed University in Abu Dhabi, and a non-resident Senior Fellow at The Atlantic Council in Washington, D.C., is one of the world's leading experts on the Chinese in the Persian Gulf/Middle East regions.  Fulton has ...

The Shockwaves of a Potential China-Iran Deal Are Being Felt Far From the Gulf All the Way to South Asia

African leaders have steadfastly tried to avoid being sucked into the increasingly bitter stand-off between the United States and China, opting instead to try and retain constructive ties with both countries. India, too, for years tried to maintain non-alignment amidst regional and global powers but now that ...

“The World Has a Lot More to be Worried About”

Not surprisingly, reaction in the United States to the proposed China-Iran deal has been overwhelmingly negative and it has largely been framed as a looming national security threat. Nikki Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and a prominent conservative foreign policy commentator, summed up ...

The China-Mediterranean Observer: Trying to Make Sense of the Proposed China-Iran Deal

In this issue of the ChinaMed Observer, we cannot but pay great attention to how the discussion on the yet-to-be-finalized agreement between China and Iran has evolved in the Iranian media. Other important issues that we found in the media published in the wider Mediterranean region include ...
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