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China’s Pull Grows in the Middle East

The key to China’s geopolitical success continues to be infrastructure development

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin attends a news conference in Beijing

China is kicking off 2022 with a flurry of diplomacy and partnerships in Africa and the Middle East that are ruffling some feathers. Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has just finished a trip to East Africa on a charm offensive designed to shore up China’s…

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