China's Relations with Arabia and the Gulf, 1949-1999

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Index

a
Afghanistan 70 , 106 , 108 , 111 , 118 - 119 , 134 , 162 , 186 , 206 , 215 , 217 , 222
Africa 8 , 11 , 60 , 63 , 98 , 215
Algeria 14 - 16 , 79 , 130 , 146
Angola 65
Arab League 136 - 137 , 189 , 236 , 251
Arab world 3 , 12 , 15 , 101 , 137 - 138 , 188 , 191
Armenia 75 - 76
Asian Development Bank 35 , 38
Australia 62
Azerbaijan 75

b
Baghdad Pact 97 , 99 , 100 , 137 - 138 , 154 - 155 , 185
Bahrain 3 , 17 , 67 , 107 , 119 , 134 , 139 , 219 , 251 , 253 , 256 - 260 , 269
Isa Bin Salman al-Khalifah 256
Bandung Conference 7 , 12 - 13 , 16 , 56 , 96 , 98 , 102 , 134 , 137 , 261 , 266 , 267
Britain 59 , 134 , 137 , 150 , 157 , 173 , 189 , 199 - 200
Brunei 6
Bucharest Conference 59
Burma 62
Byelorussia 75

c
Cambodia 4 , 9 , 65 , 70 - 71 , 176 - 177
Canada 5 , 50 , 157
Central Asia 6 , 11 , 17 , 76 , 91 , 172
Chen Chu 110 , 161
Chen Yi 139
Chi Haotian 75 , 79 , 232
Chi Pengfei 105 , 156 , 158 , 207
Chiang Kai-shek 29
China Council for Promotion of International Trade 233 , 252
China Islamic Association 99 , 103 , 160 , 209 , 214 - 215 , 219 - 221 , 256
China Ministry of Foreign Economic Relations and Trade 37 , 199
China National Petroleum Corporation 147 , 201 , 210
China Petrochemical Corporation 132 , 200 , 235 , 250
China Precision Machinery Import-Export Corporation 126
China Road and Bridge Engineering Co. 146
China State Construction Engineering Corporation 143 , 146
China Threat 9 , 11
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) 33 - 34 , 54 , 56 , 58 - 60 , 73 , 90 , 215
Chinese defence budget,
see also military expenditures 48 - 50
Chinese invasion of Vietnam 46 , 166
Chinese Maritime Engineering Company 201
Chinese National Chemical Construction Company 194
Chinese People's Liberation Army 48 - 49
Cold War 3 - 4 , 39 , 46 , 87
Post-Cold War 9 , 15 - 16 , 47 - 48 , 80 , 91 , 272
Confucianism 10 , 29
Cox Report 85 - 86
Cultural Revolution 30 , 61 , 176 , 193 , 215 , 219

d
Dalai Lama 81
Deng Xiaoping 9 , 29 , 33 , 37 , 47 , 64 - 67 , 70 , 74 , 76 - 77 , 108 , 141 , 164 , 215 , 220
Dhofari rebels, see Oman

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