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Chinese/Israeli Relations: Markets and Arms

Chinese-Israeli relations offer a unique example of the kind of shifts in international relations for which it is difficult to employ classical international relations literature and most contemporary theories in the field for the provision of a consistent interpretation.

Monday, 5 December 2011 12:23 GMT

Chinese-Israeli relations offer a unique example of the kind of shifts in international relations for which it is difficult to employ classical international relations literature and most contemporary theories in the field for the provision of a consistent interpretation. Accordingly, relations between China and Israel fall into three phases from 1948 to the present.

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