China–Qatar Strategic Partnership and the Realization of One Belt, One Road Initiative

  title={China–Qatar Strategic Partnership and the Realization of One Belt, One Road Initiative},
  author={Mordechai Chaziza},
  journal={China Report},
  pages={102 - 78}
China–Qatar ties have strengthened considerably in recent years. The relationship between the two countries has seen steady and smooth bilateral development in the political, economic and cultural fields; in trade, energy and other areas and has given active play to the complementarities between the two economies. This study wants to examine the motivation behind Beijing’s measures to formalise a strategic partnership with Qatar to understand the impact and the extent of the Qatar-Gulf crisis… 

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International Affairs 94: 1 (2018) 89–111; doi: 10.1093/ia/iix249 © The Author(s) 2018. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of The Royal Institute of International Affairs. All rights