China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) established bilateral cooperation in 1971, and the two countries’ political, economic, and commercial connections have grown since then. China and the United Arab Emirates are key economic partners, and bilateral ties have grown to this day. Since the signing of the People’s Republic of China and GCC Member States’ 2014-2017 Strategic Dialogue Plan, the release of the Third Round Press Communication of the PRC-GCC Strategic Dialogue, and the signing of the 16 China-UAE Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in 2015 at the China-UAE Economic Forum held in Beijing, the two countries’ relationship has grown even closer. The authors seek to explain how China leverages its long-standing partnership with the UAE into diplomatic relations in order to strengthen economic connections and commercial cooperation between the two countries. This form of study employs qualitative research methodologies as well as primary and secondary data sources. The goal of this research is to find out what the two nations are doing to enhance their economies through trade connections by employing library research methodologies. In terms of data analysis approaches, the author follows three steps: preparing and organizing data, decreasing data, and finally presenting data.
Revisiting the Development of China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Relations under the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)
Journal Title: Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review
Author(s): Ellen Monica Audrey Suharyanto, Christy Damayanti & Untari Narulita Madyar Dewi
Published On: 11/03/2022
First Page: 1
Last Page: 16
Publisher: The Law Brigade Publisher
Cite this Article
Ellen Monica Audrey Suharyanto, Christy Damayanti & Untari Narulita Madyar Dewi, Revisiting the Development of China and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Relations under the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Volume 3 Issue 2, Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Research & Review, 1-16, Published on 11/03/2022, https://doi.org/10.55662/AJMRR.2022.3201 Available at https://ajmrr.thelawbrigade.com/article/revisiting-the-development-of-china-and-the-uni-arab-emirates-uae-relations-under-the-gulf-cooperation-council-gcc/
Share this research
Copyright © 2024
Ellen Monica Audrey Suharyanto, Christy Damayanti & Untari Narulita Madyar Dewi
Ownership and Licensing:
Authors of this research paper submitted to the Journal of Science & Technology retain the copyright of their work while granting the journal certain rights. Authors maintain ownership of the copyright and have granted the journal a right of first publication. Simultaneously, authors agreed to license their research papers under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0) License.
Under the CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 License, others are permitted to share and adapt the work, as long as proper attribution is given to the authors and acknowledgement is made of the initial publication in the Journal of Science & Technology. This license allows for the broad dissemination and utilization of research papers.
Additional Distribution Arrangements:
Authors are free to enter into separate contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal’s published version of the work. This may include posting the work to institutional repositories, publishing it in journals or books, or other forms of dissemination. In such cases, authors are requested to acknowledge the initial publication of the work in the Journal of Science & Technology.
Authors are encouraged to share their work online, including in institutional repositories, disciplinary repositories, or on their personal websites. This permission applies both prior to and during the submission process to the Journal of Science & Technology. Online sharing enhances the visibility and accessibility of the research papers.
Responsibility and Liability:
Authors are responsible for ensuring that their research papers do not infringe upon the copyright, privacy, or other rights of any third party. The Journal of Science & Technology and The Science Brigade Publishers disclaim any liability or responsibility for any copyright infringement or violation of third-party rights in the research papers.