Commentary | 24 November 2011

Western approaches: responses to China from the Middle East and Central Asia

As part of a major new project exploring how three key states in the Middle East and Central Asia - Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan and Iran - approach their relations with China, the West Asia program is releasing a short video previewing some of the project's research issues and themes. The nine-minute video, which can also be viewed by chapter, recounts a recent research trip to Kazakhstan and China by project authors Anthony Bubalo and Konrad Muller. The first two papers in the project on Saudi relations with China and Kazakh relations with China will be published in 2012. Anthony Bubalo

  • Anthony Bubalo

As part of a major new project exploring how three key states in the Middle East and Central Asia - Saudi Arabia, Kazakhstan and Iran - approach their relations with China, the West Asia program is releasing a short video previewing some of the project's research issues and themes. The nine-minute video, which can also be viewed by chapter, recounts a recent research trip to Kazakhstan and China by project authors Anthony Bubalo and Konrad Muller. The first two papers in the project on Saudi relations with China and Kazakh relations with China will be published in 2012. Anthony Bubalo

  • Anthony Bubalo