Russia’s Pivot to Asia (China) After 2014: The Wrong Turn?
Sergey Sukhankin, The Jamestown Foundation – 8 June 2021
According to this article on The Jamestown Foundation, a number of flaws in Moscow’s Asia strategy have meant their ‘Pivot to Asia’ has not gone as planned. The author states that “the much-praised Sino-Russian partnership is in many ways a one-sided deal. Since 2014, while Beijing has received nearly everything it has asked for, Moscow has had plenty of expectations but very few practical achievements”.
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