Seven years ago, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) warned its members to "forcefully resist influential and harmful false tides of thought."
Radical Islamic extremism established a presence in Central Asia in the late Soviet era.
A new China-Iran economic and military agreement and this fall's expiration of the global arms embargo on Iran could dramatically upend international relations by expanding China's global reach, empowering Iran to threaten America's regional allies, undercutting U.S. efforts to pressure both nations and further destabilizing the Middle East.
The Iranian Islamic revolution of 1979 had important implications throughout the Islamic world, and Turkey has been no exception.
With its embrace of the Amman Message, China has succeeded in finishing what its economic investments began.