Why Israel should think about re-pivoting toward China
China won't be replacing the U.S. as Israel's strongest ally anytime soon, but Israel should still look to build stronger bridges with the newest 'responsible adult' in the international community.
Two recent developments raise the question of precisely where China is heading in the long run in terms of its geopolitical ambitions, and – domestically - how secure the Communist Party’s grip on power actually is. They also beg the question: What conclusions should Israel draw from these events, and what kind of relationship should it seek with the superpower-in-the-making?
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