The Iraqi issues discussed here include a series of international hot agenda，such as the Iran-Iraq war，the Gulf Crisis，the Gulf War，the Iraq War，post-war reconstruction of Iraq，“Islamic State” and so on. Firstly，China’s policy on Iran-Iraq war mainly includes “to promote peace talks” unceasingly between the Iraq and Iran，and to persuade both of them prevent superpower intervening. China has been actively supporting and cooperating with the UN secretary general’s mediation efforts，and promoting peaceful solution to the war under the UN framework. Secondly，China’s foreign policy on Gulf Crisis and Gulf War were composed of several aspects，including continual efforts for peace through persuading Iraq and the sides concerned；and appeal against the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait and great powers intervention in Gulf affairs by force. Thirdly，China’s foreign policy on Iraq War and the postwar reconstruction can be divided into three stages. Before the war broke out，China tried to solve the Iraq crisis politically under UN framework. During the war，China held her anti-war position，but didn’t participate in anti-war camp，thus embodying a diplomatic art which combined both principles and strategy. By the end of the war，China has actively participated bilateral and multilateral cooperation of reconstruction，and carried out a responsible power’s obligations. After U.S. troops left Iraq，Iraq was in political crisis and IS occupied many cities，China then actively supported the political reconciliation and counter-terrorist efforts. In short，the main factors which affected China’s foreign policy on Iraq are related to the nature of the Iraq issues and their development，the change of international and Middle East situation，the basic principles of China’s foreign policy，and the adjustment of China’s overall diplomatic strategy.