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China seduces the Middle East

Beijing takes advantage of the gaps opened by Western criticism of human rights to forge strategic alliances

Mohamed bin Salman with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.EFE / EPA


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The Chinese Foreign Minister is getting more than oil out of his tour of the region. The also State Councilor Wang Yi has embarked this week on a journey that is taking him through Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Iran, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrin and Omn. Although they are all countries with a Muslim majority, while in the West there are growing complaints of human rights violations against the Mohammedan Uyghur minority, this tour only talks about business and strategic alliances.

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