Fully expecting a delayed clash in Afghanistan, Beijing is attempting to find some kind of harmony in its strategy toward the Afghan government and the Taliban. Chinese authorities’ new acknowledgement of the Taliban as a genuine political power is critical. In any case, the possibilities for that relationship stay dubious as the Taliban’s future approaches are muddled. China has the ability to assume a greater part in the nation financially, however a readiness to do as such will possibly arise when there are indications of feasible steadiness. China has been weaving a net of respective, three-dimensional (China, Pakistan, and Afghanistan), and multilateral commitment to support that soundness. In the event that steadiness doesn’t arise within a reasonable time frame, China undoubtedly will stay away from the profound monetary association in Afghanistan and will work with both the Afghan government and the Taliban to secure its inclinations on the ground.