‘Wishful thinking to drive a wedge between Russia and China’

‘Wishful thinking to drive a wedge between Russia and China’

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Chinese companies find it difficult to do business with Russia. This is due to US economic sanctions. Sinologist RT Bowers, founder of the China Circle and a lecturer at the University of Amsterdam, explains that wishful thinking is creating a rift in China’s relationship with Russia. “The relationship between Russia and China is closer than we would like.”

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