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|The Role of Islam in the Development of the ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative||Fuquan Li|
|The Geopolitics of Sectarianism in the Persian Gulf||Chelsi Mueller, Uzi Rabi|
|Gains and Losses: Historical Lessons of China’s Middle East Policy for Its OBOR Initiative||Yitzhak Shichor|
|Islamic Factors in Inter-State Cooperation of the OIC Members||Zhongmin Liu, Peng Fan|
|Strategies, Dynamics, and Outcomes of Hezbollah’s Military Intervention in the Syrian Conflict||Kota Suechika|
|Anti-Militant Islamism and Self-determination in the Post-ISIS Era||Yuan Zhang|
|An Analysis of ‘Belt and Road’ Initiative and the Middle East||Anu Sharma|
|Da’esh and Global Terrorism: Analyzing Nexus and Threats||Muhammad Sajjad Malik|
|The Fate of the Arab Spring: Ten Propositions||Adam Roberts|
|China-Turkey Security Cooperation Under the Background of the ‘Belt and Road’ and the ‘Middle Corridor’ Initiatives||Ahmet Faruk Isik, Zhiqiang Zou|
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