Building a New Silk Road: China and the Middle East in the 21st Century

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Table of Contents

SUN Degang & YahiaH ZOUBIR 
China's Middle East Studies in Retrospect and Prospect 
SUN Degang 
China and the Middle East Revolts 
The Upheaval in the Middle East and China's Middle East Policy 
YANG Fuchang 
China and the Arab Revolts 
Wu Sike 
China's Middle East Policy toward the Arab Revolution 
YAo Kuangyi 
Political Unrest in the Middle East and China's Response
Liu Zhongmin 
China's Emerging Role in the New Arab World 
Mohammad EL Sayed SELlM 
China'S Political and Security Ties with the Middle East
On the Strategic Relationship between China and the Middle East Islamic Countries 
Zhu Weilie 
China'S Strategic Option:Approach the Greater Middle East through the Eurasian Hinterland 
Zhang Xiaodong 
The China—Arab States Cooperation Forum: Achievements, Challenges and Prospects 
Mohammed Numall JALAL 
China'S Economic and Trade Ties with the Middle East 
The Oil Politics&Geopolitical Risks with China's "Going Global" Strategy toward the Greater Middle East 
Wu Lei 
Exploring Economic Relations between China and the GCC States 
Sino—Arab Economic and Trade Cooperation:Old Question, New Task 
Qian Xuewen 
China’S Social and Cultural Ties with the Middle East 
The Economic and Trade Factors in China's National Image in the Arab Countries 
Zhang Hong&Liu Xinlu 
The Rise of GCC’S Soft Power and China's Cultural Diplomacy 
Ma Lirong 
International Competition for Discourse Power in the Middle East Upheaval and Implications for China 
Li Weijian 
About the Authors 

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In 2011, the trade volume between China and the Middle East countries exceeded 268.9 billion US dollars.creating a record high, and the year-on-year growth was 36.5%.The brilliant cooperation between the two sides in humanities, education and journalism fully demonstrated a strong willingness and a great potential on both parties to develop mutual relations. 
Overall, China's policies towards the Middle East upheaval are correct and its measures are appropriate.China has successfully changed the past situation of being passively involved rather than actively intervening.China's principled position and flexible and pragmatic attitude, as well as its active participation in the Middle East affairs, have won understanding and recognition of the international community, showing remarkable changes that are taking place in China's Middle East policy, and also that a responsible power is playing an increasingly important and constructive role when participating in global governance.

Building a New Silk Road: China and the Middle East in the 21st Century