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NBR Reports (Jul 2017)

Russia-China Relations: Assessing Common Ground and Strategic Fault Lines

Michael S. Chase, Evan S. Medeiros, J. Stapleton Roy, Eugene Rumer, Robert Sutter and Richard Weitz

This NBR Special Report analyzes both the drivers of and brakes on closer cooperation between Russia and China. Each essay assesses the trajectory of Sino-Russian relations and draws implications for the United States and the Asia-Pacific region.

Table of Contents

Foreword: Russia-China Relations
Robert Sutter

Chinese Perspectives on the Sino-Russian Relationship
Evan S. Medeiros and Michael S. Chase

Russia’s China Policy: This Bear Hug Is Real
Eugene Rumer

Sino-Russian Security Ties
Richard Weitz

Sino-Russian Relations in a Global Context: Implications for the United States
J. Stapleton Roy

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