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AuthorSaidy, Brahim
Available date2017-12-19T10:37:30Z
Publication Date2017-11-14
Publication NameChina Reporten_US
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0009445517727924
CitationSaidy, Brahim. Qatar and Rising China: An Evolving Partnership. China Report, Volume: 53 issue: 4, page(s): 447-466 , 2017
ISSN0009-4455
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/5986
AbstractThis article explores the Qatari perception of the partnership with China on the basis of three factors: globalisation, the absence of a legacy of colonialism and the principles of non-intervention and respect for state sovereignty professed in China’s foreign policy. China’s perception of its relations with Qatar is embedded within its understanding of the regional order in the Middle East and reflects its assessment of the geopolitical factors that are transforming Gulf countries. It emerges from this analysis that the diplomatic and economic aspects of Qatar–China relations are substantial and well institutionalised. However, military cooperation is still underdeveloped despite the increase of military-to-military contacts.
Languageen
PublisherSAGE Publications
SubjectQatar–China relationship
Subjectdiplomatic relations
Subjectinvestment
Subjecttrade
Subjectenergy security
Subjectmilitary contacts
Subjectarms sales
Subjectinteroperability
TitleQatar and Rising China: An Evolving Partnership
TypeArticle
Pagination447–466
Issue Number4
Volume Number53
dc.identifier.essn 0973-063X


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