According to Textiles Monitoring Body (1997), some of the political risks of the china are listed below:
• Aggressive no strings investments of China in the Middle East and in Africa are driven by need of resource.
• The foreign policies of China are determined largely by national economic interest. The paramount driver is the requirement to protect mineral and energy resources.
• Concerns of defense are focused more on India than elsewhere.
• In North Korean nuclear containment the negotiating role of China will continue if only are compelling reasons of national interest.
• Involvement of China in international affairs is likely to be limited and selective.
• Taiwan and China is moving closer together in spite of the continuing supply of arms to Taiwan by US. Integration of Taiwan as an autonomous SAR of China is no longer unimaginable.
• The military of China is defense oriented and not a clear and present danger. Within 30 years of its military is likely to surpass that of US but that is not of sudden concerns.
• In sanctions policy limited cooperation against the development of Iran’s nuclear capability is more likely.
• China is concerned by issues of global warming on its own account and has the biggest cache of CDM credits but will make a positive contribution to the international drive to replace the Kyoto agreement in terms of reduction of carbon intensity and without international monitoring.
• Growing participation of Chinese in United States and United Nations peace efforts in the Middle East is unlikely in the foreseeable future.