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China Takes Up Strategic Positions in The Persian Gulf


China’s Hegemonic Ambitions in Middle East. Will Oman be the First Stop? The Chinese surge in the Middle-East could easily gather greater pace in the near future. Its cheque-book diplomacy seems to have already wrapped up Oman, majorly. The United States is sceptic, but apparently unable to stem the surge. China’s presence in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf isn’t confined to just the commercial realm. In fact, Beijing is rapidly expanding its diplomatic and security engagement in those regions because it has hegemonic ambitions that will challenge incumbent powers like the United States. China is steadily reducing its…

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