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As China increases its power and moves westwards, Russia is looking more to the East. The Soviet Union and newly communist China were, at a time, very close. In recent years and especially since the 2014 annexation of Crimea, the countries have intensified their relationship. The Sino-Russia relationship is more than a partnership, but less than an alliance as both countries share an ideology based on the notion of sovereignty.
Your host: Nico Luchsinger, Co-Executive Director, Asia Society Switzerland
Speaker: Alexander Gabuev, Senior Fellow and Chair of the Russia in the Asia-Pacific Program, the Carnegie Moscow Center
Production: Denise Staubli, Program Manager, Asia Society Switzerland
- Asia Society Switzerland Webcast with Alexander Gabuev Sino-Russian Relations: A Threat for the West?, April, 2020
- Latest analysis by Alexander Gabuev
- CGTN article Timeline: Highlights of China-Russia ties in the past 70 years by Zhou Jingnan