November 16, 2010

China's Rise in Middle East

David Schenker & Christina Lin, Los Angeles Times

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It's unrealistic to expect that Washington could have excluded Beijing from the Middle East. But the rate of Chinese progress occurs amid a perception that the U.S. is withdrawing from the region.

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TAGGED: Iraq, Wen Jiabao, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Middle East, China

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