“China’s search for oil is making it a new competitor to the United States for influence in the Middle East. If not managed prudently, this competition will generate multiple points of bilateral friction and damage U.S. strategic interests in the region,” write Flynt Leverett and Jeffrey Bader.

The U.S.-China Race and the

Fate of Transatlantic Relations

Part II: Bridging Differing Geopolitical Views

By Andrés Ortega

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Intersections: China and the US in the Middle East

Essay by John Calabrese

June 18, 2019

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Will China Replace The U.S. As The Middle East Hegemon?

By Ariel Cohen

Feb 14, 2019

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Middle East caught in the crossfire of US-China tensions

By Afshin Molavi

January 08, 2020

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As the US and China head towards a Cold War, what does it mean for the Middle East? 

By Nasim Ahmed

April 17, 2020

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