A Chinese state-owned company is building a port terminal near an Israeli naval base regularly visited by the U.S. Sixth Fleet.
The Middle East is both ancient and dramatically changing. Authoritarian rulers dominate, but some countries are opening economically and socially. And new alignments are being forged as the U.S. takes a step back from the region and China begins to play a more active role.
The Middle East information wars are only part of a larger battle that includes proxy wars and economic contestation.
The ambitious Gulf Arab state has its eyes on Mars.
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