Beijing is preparing to wield more influence in Afghanistan but is cautious about getting too involved in the country’s chaos. Read the latest dispatch from Reid Standish on RFE/RL's Gandhara website here.
Will Chinese Policies In Afghanistan Change After U.S. Military Pullout?
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