タイトルToward Well-Oiled Relations?: China’s Presence in the Middle East following the Arab Spring (The Nottingham China Policy Institute Series)
著者・編者;Niv Horesh 編集
出版社;Palgrave Macmillan
出版年;2015年
ISBN;9781137539786
テキストリンクamazon

内容紹介

With China replacing the United States as the world's leading energy user and net oil importer, its relations with the Middle East is becoming a major issue with global implications. Horesh and his contributors set out to analyse the implications of China's growing presence in the Middle East.

著者について

Niv Horesh is Professor (Chair) and Director of the China Policy Institute at the University of Nottingham, UK. He has published numerous books and articles on global business, economic history and international relations. Before embarking on his academic career, Horesh worked as China consultant for the Australian government. He published Asian Thought on China's Changing International Relations with Palgrave Macmillan in 2014.

目次
  • List of Figures List of Tables 
  • Introduction; Prof. Niv Horesh 
  • 1. Sino-American Crosscurrents in the Middle East: Perceptions and Realities; Prof. Yitzhak Shichor  
  • 2. An Alternative to the EU? Turkey ' 's New ' 'Look East ' ' Strategy and Its China Outlook; Prof. Zan Tao 
  • 3. A New Eurasian Embrace: Turkey Pivots East While China Marches West; Dr Christina Lin 
  • 4. The Perception of the 2009 Ürümqi Conflict across the Islamic World; Prof. Robert R. Bianchi 
  • 5. China ' 's Dual Diplomacy: Arab Iraq and the Kurdistan Region; Dr Mohammed Shareef 
  • 6. An Analysis of the Evolution of Sino-Egyptian Economic Relations, 1995-2012; Prof. Yasser M. Gadallah 
  •  7. Chinese and U.S. Energy Policy in the Middle East; Prof. Gawdat Bahgat 
  • 8. Does Likud Have a ' 'Look East ' ' Option; Prof. Niv Horesh 
  • 9. China and the Gulf Co-operation Council: The Rebound Relationship; Dr Neil Quilliam  
  • 10. Chinese Policy in the Middle East in the Wake of the Arab Uprisings; Mr Michael Singh 
  • 11. China ' 's Approach to Iran ' 's Nuclear Programme; Prof. John Garver 
  • 12. The Future of Sino-Iran Relations; Prof. Manochehr Dorraj  
  • Conclusions; Prof. Niv Horesh and Ruike XU