Podcast: How Deep Are China's Roots in Russia's Far East?
A welcoming ceremony for Chinese warships that have arrived in Vladivostok to participate in the Russian-Chinese joint military exercise "Maritime Cooperation", on an embankment of the Zolotoy Rog Bay. Photo: Yuri Smityuk/TASS
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Alex Gabuev talks to Ivan Zuenko, an expert on the Sino-Russian relationship, about the real scale of the Chinese presence in Russia’s Far East.
Russia-China relations get a lot of coverage in Moscow, but what’s the view from Vladivostok in Russia’s Far East? Carnegie’s Alex Gabuev talks to Ivan Zuenko, an expert on the Sino-Russian relationship, about the real scale of the Chinese presence in Russia’s Far East, attitudes among both Chinese and Russian people to one another, the Belt and Road initiative, and more.
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