In fact, the first development was a media creation. The New York Times (NYT) published a cover citing a 25-year “leak” draft of a strategic partnership agreement that has been under negotiation between China and Iran since 2016. The fact that Iran`s powerful Revolutionary Guard Corps supports a long-term deal between China and Iran is not only a blow to the Trump administration`s aggressive policy toward Iran, but also an indication of Iran`s growing frustration with European nations and their weak efforts to salvate the 2015 nuclear deal. In recent times, many Iranian analysts have expressed concerns about the silent withdrawal of European countries from agreements reached under the 2015 nuclear deal. In recent months, Iran has been working with China on a long-term comprehensive political, economic and security agreement that would invest billions in the Iranian economy. It is also pursuing a long-term partnership with Russia. Tehran`s policymakers see the agreements as a necessary way to combat US hegemony and hostility. Iran has traditionally looked west to Europe for trade and investment partners. However, he is increasingly frustrated by European countries that have resisted Mr Trump`s policies but have silently and silently withdrawn from the kind of deal promised by the nuclear deal. There is no doubt that China is seriously in a position to further improve its already close relations with Iran, but this close relationship is not and does not remain a precondition or obstacle to China`s bilateral relations with other regional actors such as Israel or Saudi Arabia. Given the aforementioned Chinese agreement with Israel on the operation of the port of Haifa, it would be clear that China`s relations with Iran are not peculiar or unique in the region. Furthermore, with regard to the proposal for military intervention, China is fully aware not only of the fact that the pride of the national consciousness of the Iranian people and the political culture of the Islamic Republic of Iran will not allow the use of a massive number of foreign soldiers in Iran, but that China also does not want to send soldiers to Iran.
to avoid the potential risk of armed conflict between Iran and its regional rivals. Tehran`s move toWard Beijing is in part a response to the Trump administration`s withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear deal, said Hamidreza Azizi, a visiting scholar at the Institute of International Politics and Policy. But it is not only the United States that is the cause, he told DW: Tehran is also disappointed that the Europeans have not fulfilled their economic obligations. U.S. mainstream media and think tanks along Washington`s Belt Road have been covered by two recent important developments in the Middle East, both interpreted as an escalation in the geopolitical conflict between the U.S. and Iran: news of a possible Iran-China strategic partnership agreement and the normalization of relations between the United Arab Emirates (United Arab Emirates) and Israel. Cooperation between China and Middle Eastern countries is neither new nor new. But what sets this development apart from the rest is that both China and Iran have global and regional ambitions, both have conflicting relations with the United States, and the deal has a security component.
. . .
（转载本站文章请注明作者和出处 酷 壳 – CoolShell ，请勿用于任何商业用途）