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Author Gabuev, Alexander, author

Title Friends with benefits? : Russian-Chinese relations after the Ukraine crisis / Alexander Gabuev
Published Moscow, Russia : Carnegie Moscow Center, [2016]
©2016
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Description 1 online resource (v, 42 pages) : illustrations
Series Carnegie paper
Working papers (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
Contents Summary -- Russia embraces China : turning fears into hopes -- China's Russia gambit : any takers? -- Fueling the dragon -- Any market for a bear? -- Technological links -- Comrades in arms -- Regional cooperation : toward a greater Eurasia? -- Toward asymmetric interdependence
Summary "Facing sanctions from the West after the annexation of Crimea, Russia has reoriented its economy toward China. In making the pivot, it sought to break its diplomatic isolation, secure a market for its energy resources, and gain greater access to Chinese credit and technology. The results of the shift are mixed, but if trends continue, Moscow is likely to drift further into Beijing’s embrace. An asymmetrical interdependence is emerging, with global implications"--Publisher's web site
Notes "June 2016."
Series from resource home page
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 33-40)
Notes Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (Carnegie, viewed June 28, 2016)
Subject Diplomatic relations.
International economic relations.
China -- Foreign economic relations -- Russia (Federation)
China -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign economic relations -- China
Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- China
China.
Russia (Federation)
Form Electronic book
Author Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, publisher
Carnegie Moscow Center, issuing body