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Chinese Diplomacy And The Taliban In Afghanistan

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It is becoming increasingly obvious what kind of superpower China might be. Even as the international community watches the unfolding events in Afghanistan with concern, China has moved quickly to further its interests in the region. For Beijing, it is business as usual. Beijing has been quick to announce that it would deepen its “friendly and cooperative” relations with Afghanistan after the seizing of power by the Taliban. In a Chinese Foreign Ministry media briefing, spokesperson Hua Chunying said that China hoped that the Taliban would honour its commitment to an “open and inclusive” Islamic government, and the transition of…

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