Iranian children sit on short-range missiles in a street exhibition celebrating “Defence Week” at the Baharestan Square in Tehran, Iran, on September 25. Iranian nuclear negotiations are set to resume on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
Iranian children sit on short-range missiles in a street exhibition celebrating “Defence Week” at the Baharestan Square in Tehran, Iran, on September 25. Iranian nuclear negotiations are set to resume on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
Gedaliah Afterman
Opinion

Opinion

Gedaliah Afterman and David Robbins

Can the Middle East become a theatre for strategic China-US cooperation?

  • With Iranian nuclear talks set to resume, the Middle East is at a critical diplomatic juncture
  • The US and China could turn the region into another playing field for superpower competition – or they could cooperate on shared geostrategic interests to ensure stability

Iranian children sit on short-range missiles in a street exhibition celebrating “Defence Week” at the Baharestan Square in Tehran, Iran, on September 25. Iranian nuclear negotiations are set to resume on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
Iranian children sit on short-range missiles in a street exhibition celebrating “Defence Week” at the Baharestan Square in Tehran, Iran, on September 25. Iranian nuclear negotiations are set to resume on November 29. Photo: EPA-EFE
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