Under Erdoğan, relations with neighbouring Iran and nearby Russia improved greatly in spite of external actors attempting to prevent both whilst under Erdoğan, Turkey signed up to the international game changing Belt and Road initiative which was introduced by China in 2013.
Many countries, especially China, the biggest buyer of Iranian oil, have reacted to this announcement.
As an early supporter of the Belt and Road initiative, Turkey continues to increase bilateral trade with China whilst looking to be an important member of the global trading project that will link the wider Asia-Pacific region with the Afro-Mediterranean region.
Moreover, the administration offers itself as an alternative to the Somali government (often releasing counter-statements whenever Somalia does in geopolitical issues>); this has interested the gulf and regional nations who view they lost Somalia and Djibouti geopolitically to Turkey and China.
Last but not least, such an intervention is not favored by countries like Russia, China and Turkey.
Although China-led foreign investment in various sectors contributes positively to employment and development, it can be observed that China’s growing ambitions in strategic areas like ports, airports, railways, and telecommunication, poses great threats in the long-term.
In November last year, a social media campaign film for Dolce & Gabbana screened in China presented some racist and offensive images.
While Turkey, Russia, and China are supporting Maduro, the U.
he speech of Xi Jinping, the President of China, during the 40th anniversary of China-Taiwan relations was probably the first significant statement of the New Year.
, China and Russia and all other ten non-permanent member states.
In addition to this, we also have good relations with China, Japan and other Asian countries all are part of the other side of the world.
This mobility is obvious especially in countries such as China, India, and South Korea.
government’s majorly contributive move towards supporting ASEAN perspectives is based on two distinct policies, which involve security and economic policies as observed in territorial disputes in the South China Sea and the formation of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) during the Obama era.