Talk Eastern Europe 21: Russia-China relations in the spotlight
This episode of Talk Eastern Europe takes a closer look at the current state of Russia-China relations.
It features an interview with Marcin Kaczmarski from the University of Glasgow. Adam and Marcin examine how Russia-China relations have developed in the context of geopolitical changes and the wake of the 2014 annexation of Crimea and aggression in Donbas. They discuss such pertinent questions as: What are the aims of this co-operation? Where are the tensions? How do these relations fit in the current US-China trade conflict? And what might be next.
Marcin Kaczmarski is a lecturer in security studies at the University of Glasgow and author of the book Russia-China Relations in the Post-Crisis International Order. Follow him on Twitter: @M_Kaczmarski
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Marcin Kaczmarski: The Moscow-Beijing Relationship: Increasingly Asymmetrical and Resilient – Australian Institute of International Affairs.
Marcin Kaczmarski: The future of Russia-China relations – Atlantic Community.org
“Russia is unprepared for the next world order” An interview with Bobo Lo. New Eastern Europe
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