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UNIVERSAL ISSUES / Blood on the tracks of the New Silk Roads
Date of publication at Tlaxcala: 15/06/2017
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Blood on the tracks of the New Silk Roads

Pepe Escobar Пепе Эскобар

 

Qatar chaos sends ripples of economic anxiety across the region

China’s cardinal foreign policy imperative is to refrain from interfering abroad while advancing the proverbial good relations with key political actors – even when they may be at each other’s throats.

Still, it’s nothing but gut-wrenching for Beijing to watch the current, unpredictable, Saudi-Qatari standoff. There’s no endgame in sight, as plausible scenarios include even regime change and a seismic geopolitical shift in Southwest Asia – what a Western-centric view calls the Middle East.

And blood on the tracks in Southwest Asia cannot but translate into major trouble ahead for the New Silk Roads, now rebranded Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

 

When he said, on the record, “I decided … the time had come to call on Qatar to end its funding [of terrorism]”, President Trump essentially took credit for the Saudi/UAE-orchestrated excommunication of Doha, the aftermath of his now notorious sword dance in Riyadh.

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Courtesy of Asia Times
Source: http://www.atimes.com/article/blood-tracks-new-silk-roads/
Publication date of original article: 14/06/2017
URL of this page : http://www.tlaxcala-int.org/article.asp?reference=20733

 

Tags: China QatarUSAudiaNew Silk RoadsBelt & Road InitiativeIran
 

 
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