Upping the Ante Chinese Encroachment, US Entrenchment, and Gulf Security

Badie, Dina
June 2013
Strategic Studies Quarterly;Summer2013, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p41
Academic Journal
The article discusses the impact of cold relations between the U.S. and China Both these countries have been fighting to gain control of the lucrative Persian Gulf region which has brought international security to a threat. This has also led to political instability in the region with the regional powers such as Saudi Arabia using hedging policies to get short term gains. The author suggests better relations between the U.S. and China the region to prosper.


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