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China’s says its New Silk Road will be America’s ultimate nightmare


The following is a translation from Chinese media. The website of a Spanish media outlet reported on October 9 that while the US “New Century” is rapidly aging, the Beijing–Moscow-Berlin strategic trade alliance may be a reality in the future. The website said: Beijing and Moscow leaders attach great importance to the alliance, in which … Continue reading

Why China will “reclaim” Siberia


China has made no secret that it will one day enforce its claims on much of Eastern Russia, which it sees as rightfully belonging to China.  With Russia fast becoming the weaker partner in the alliance formed after the west imposed sanctions, just how would China legitimise their claim, and how much territory would they … Continue reading

China’s support for Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is insincere


It was only a month ago that the close ties between Russia and China were on prominent display, with Chinese president Xi Jinping vowing that the two countries would “continue deepening our consultations and cooperation on major international issues and together maintain world and regional peace, security and stability.” Only weeks later, following Russia’s invasion … Continue reading

Syria is a diplomatic challenge for China


China’s approach to the Syria crisis has been driven by a desire to avoid any US led military intervention. Beijing’s dissatisfaction with the West’s intervention in Libya in 2011, following Security Council decision 1973, has led it to be far more circumspect in the case of Syria. It has joined Russia in vetoing three UN … Continue reading

‘Post-Communist’ Russia and China remain remarkably the same


For a Russian to live in Beijing is to experience time travel. Things long gone in Russia still appear in China with no sense of irony. There are endless displays of hammer-and-sickles, Red stars, and exhortations to Obey the Communist Party. There’s the rhetorical deification of the worker and the peasant. “Public-security volunteers,” elderly men … Continue reading

China’s expanding horizons under Xi Jinping


Fresh from his “surprise” election as president of China last week, Xi Jinping is about to set off on his first foreign trip. Later this week, he will travel to Moscow. The choice is a traditional one, and redolent of the Cold War, when Russia and China were the twin pillars of the Communist world. Back then, China … Continue reading

China: PLA signs preliminary deal for 24 Russian Su-35 jet fighters


A preliminary deal for the sale of 24 advanced Russian Su-35 jet fighters to the People’s Liberation Army indicates the technological hurdles China faces in developing its own J-20, especially in terms of engine technology, military analysts say. Mainland and Russian media reported last month that Beijing might purchase 24 Su-35s, an updated version of … Continue reading

China and Russia quit dollar


China and Russia have decided to renounce the US dollar and resort to using their own currencies for bilateral trade, Premier Wen Jiabao and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin announced late on Tuesday. Chinese experts said the move reflected closer relations between Beijing and Moscow and is not aimed at challenging the dollar, but to … Continue reading

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