China–Iran partnership: all bark, no bite | IN 60 SECONDS

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In March 2021, China and Iran signed a reported multi-billion dollar strategic partnership to strengthen economic and security ties between the two countries. This may seem like a major step for both nations, but their shared history of troublesome investments might say otherwise. AEI’s Linda Zhang explains.

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