The University of Kufa discusses a master’s thesis entitled The impact of the economic variable on China’s foreign policy towards the Middle East
The College of Political Science at the University of Kufa discussed a master’s thesis entitled (The Impact of the Economic Variable on China’s Foreign Policy towards the Middle East), submitted by researcher Farah Madin Azeem.
The thesis dealt with the fact that the great and major powers contribute in varying degrees to the formation of international political interactions, and thus their impact on the international system, and the degree of influence is determined by several factors, foremost of which is the economic factor as well as other strengths. Especially in the economic aspect, which occupies the second place at the global level after the United States of America, and some studies indicate that during the next two decades, China will rank first as the largest economy, surpassing the United States of America. Part of it consists in examining the opportunities available to China to improve its international position, and the repercussions it can have on the nature of international relations.
The study concluded that China seeks to be the most important and influential country in the world, by restoring its position and reconsidering it. On an important factor that made China affect various countries of the world according to its foreign policies, as well as by studying the impact and importance of the economic aspects in Chinese foreign policy towards the Middle East, and a large number of them were presented and analyzed, and China was highlighted as an internationally active force in the current international system, as Economic and cultural concepts have formed an important and main pillar in China’s foreign policy towards the outside world. China has been able to emerge as a soft and effective force in the international system, in addition to its attempts to be present and influence in various places, and to establish development and cooperative projects with developing countries in the Middle East. It has also become a party Politically active in international affairs, the study also addressed a number of challenges that may reduce the pace of the Chinese rise, among which are the factors and based on the results that have been reached. Leha, which stresses the need to pay attention to the economic factor and its impact on Chinese foreign policy towards the Middle East.
In conclusion, the letter was accepted by the committee with a very good and high grade.