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China ' s Economic and Strategic Interests in Afghanistan

  title={China ' s Economic and Strategic Interests in Afghanistan},
  author={R. M. Khan},
Afghanistan has a unique and indeed, an immense significance in the strategic calculus of People’s Republic of China. The geopolitics of this Chinese neighbourhood has four glaring peculiarities, which include; political, strategic, geographical, and economic. In the rapidly changing global security environment, these aspects demands a deeper cooperation not only between China and Afghanistan but also for the regional integration of all those countries eager for regional peace and harmony… Expand
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