钮松:“Religious Challenges toward China’s Military Activities in the Middle East,” İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, Vol.2, Issue 1, April 2015
发布时间: 2015-04-29 浏览次数: 178

Source: İstanbul Gelişim Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi(Istanbul Gelisim University Journal of Social Sciences), Vol.2, Issue 1, April 2015

Abstract: Three international systems - the Westphalian system,Islamic international system, and tribal system - are coexisting and intertwining present day in the Middle East. The rise and expansion of Islamic international system in this region are closely related to the revival of Islamic trend of thoughts. Since the 1950s, military topics have been involvedin China’s Middle East policies, which meets the historical background when China opposed then modern international system and tried to expanded socialism international system. After the 1990s, especially after entering the 21st century, because of the Islamic system, problems revolving religious beliefs are increasing in China’s peacekeeping and escort operations. On issues revolving religions, China’s military activities in the Middle East have its unique successful experiences as well as some places that need to be improved in the new system against the new backdrop, including correctly understanding the religious beliefs, relationship between Chinese soldiers and religious beliefs, domestic Muslim factors and legislations of overseas military activities that related to religious issues, which are vital to the future development.

Key Words: Islamic International System, Chinese Peacekeeping Forces, Escort Fleet, Religions and Beliefs