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Jin Liangxiang
Dr Jin Liangxiang is a research fellow at Shanghai Institutes for International Studies. His current research fields are Middle East politics and international relations.
September 30, 2015
Can Saudi Arabia solve the pilgrim challenge?
Reflecting on the recent tragedy involving Haj pilgrims in Mecca, the writer reflects on what ought to be done to avoid a repeat in future.
July 18, 2015
Iran deal signifies US success and decline
Though the Iran nuclear deal is primarily a big success for the United States, it also means challenges for Obama's administration.
July 13, 2015
Inconclusiveness and implications for China-Iran economic cooperation
The Iran nuclear disputes have caused huge negative impacts on China-Iran economic relations, but such impacts will be weakened as US dominant economic role elapses.
June 9, 2015
No 'free ride' in Middle East
Despite being a market player, the argument of China's role as a free-rider or irresponsible player in the Middle East is based on several wrong pre-assumptions.
June 2, 2015
Militarization of the Middle East is dangerous
Although lack of regionalism is a reason behind Middle East turmoil, interventions in other regional countries by regional powers will prove just as disastrous as intervention by external powers.
May 13, 2015
Three historical analogies and the limits of US-Iran détente
Different schools of U.S. opinion on Iran indicate U.S.-Iran détente is still a distant goal.
April 16, 2015
What are the real root causes of radicalism?
The radicalization of the Middle East is fundamentally rooted in international politics.
April 8, 2015
Iran nuclear deal: Can Kerry commit to what he can't deliver?
The latest Iran nuclear talks signify hope for a positive final outcome. But they also suggest that both sides can't easily make concessions.
March 3, 2015
What is behind US-Israel tensions?
The strain in the U.S.-Israel relationship is deeply rooted in the decline in U.S. power and influence in the Middle East that has left the country unable to pay the price of indulging Israel.
January 26, 2015
Can Obama pacify Saudi anger with condolences?
Barack Obama's scheduled trip to Saudi Arabia will help pacify Saudi anger, but it won't lead to a return to the warm relations the two countries enjoyed in the past.
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