Dr. Toufic Sarieddine

Dr. Toufic Sarieddine is a Lebanese graduate of Japan's Nagoya University. His work has appeared in The Diplomat and The Journal of World-Systems Research. His research focuses on the hegemonic challenge posed by China in South Asia and the Middle East.

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