China’s Afghanistan Policy

@article{Sharma2010ChinasAP,
  title={China’s Afghanistan Policy},
  author={Raghav Sharan Sharma},
  journal={China Report},
  year={2010},
  volume={46},
  pages={201 - 215}
}
  • R. Sharma
  • Published 1 August 2010
  • Political Science
  • China Report
This article analyses the trajectory that Sino-Afghan relations have acquired since 2001. In doing so it undertakes an analysis of China’s key interests in the commercial, security and political arena in Afghanistan and the policies adopted by Beijing to secure these interests. The analysis particularly takes into account four factors which have left a crucial imprint in moulding the contours of Beijing’s engagement with Kabul, namely, the Indo-Pak equation, implications of a large US military… 
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