The Middle East: Prospects for Economic Partnership


Johns Hopkins SAIS Foreign Policy Institute is pleased to introduce "Four Minute Foreign Policy," a series dedicated to providing accessible expert analysis of pressing global developments and starting public conversations on ever-evolving circumstances.

This week, FPI Senior Fellow Hafed Al Ghwell discusses two key sets of economic partnerships: those between China and the Middle East and those between the United States and the Middle East.

What are the prospects for China's expanding economic engagement in the Middle East? Why should the Middle East seek greater economic partnership with the United States, and how could it achieve that goal? Watch now to learn more, and click here to share your thoughts in the comments!

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