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An Afghan man rides his bike outside the entrance to the Chinese embassy in Kabul on June 10, 2004.
China-Taliban Relations More A Problem than an Opportunity: Eurasia Group President
Following China’s opportunistic moves on Afghanistan, Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer stressed the negative consequences the U.S. withdrawal from the country could bring to Beijing's plans. China and the Taliban As Afghanistan falls back into...
The Taliban reportedly wants China to invest in Afghanistan's infrastructure.
‘Afghanistan’s Trustworthy Friend,’ Taliban Courting China for Infrastructure Investments and Trade
The Taliban and China have been intensely courting each other publicly in recent weeks, with representatives from both sides declaring that they look forward to cooperating on various issues. In an interview with the Italian...
The withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan and the seemingly unstoppable march of the Taliban opens a strategic door for communist China.
Uyghurs Now Face a Double Threat: Communist China and The Taliban
Salih Hudayar, prime minister of the East Turkistan Government in Exile, recently stated that China is actively looking to cooperate with the Taliban. After the terror outfit took control of Afghanistan, communist China was one...
Both Taliban and China wish to cooperate on the BRI infrastructure project.
Communist China Wants to Work With The Taliban On The Belt and Road Initiative
Ever since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, communist China has been very openly supportive of the regime, attempting to gain international legitimacy for the terrorist group. Communist China wants to cooperate with the Taliban...