President Trump certainly will not uncritically adopt Chinese ideas, but he is transactional in his approach to relationships, which involves a readiness to engage in pragmatic-rational view.
Economically, Macron expresses his willingness to take part in China’s “Belt and Road Initiative”, offering support for Xi’s plans to revive land and sea trade routes connecting Asia and Europe via massive infrastructure projects.
Certainly china`s-Morocco relationship has been progressing for the last decade. The involvement of close partnership highly described by many observers as the emergence of China and Morocco’s ambition to strengthening their ties politically economically and culturally.
It’s certain that GCC is seeking to diversify their economic ties and their strategic partnerships with China in accordance with the strategic shifts in the Middle East at large.
There is no doubt that Trump`s strategic tour to five Asian nations strives to fulfill his foreign policy agenda in the region. The highlight of Trump's trip is sure to be his November 8-9 trip to Beijing to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Despite the fact that China is mostly an economic power, China's foreign policy toward the Middle East still adopts a strategy based on traditional principles of isolation and no military and political interference in the region of tremendous influence.