With the collapse of Russia’s relationship with the West, Russia is increasingly reliant on China as a market for exports, a source of loans and investment, and a provider of advanced technology and digital infrastructure.
The Carnegie Moscow Center’s new project, “Managing Europe’s Changing Strategic Environment: The Transformative Impact of Russia’s Deepening Security and Economic Partnership with China,” will analyze the geopolitical, security and economic implications for Europe and the United States of the emerging Sino-Russian entente.
The project is supported by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
ANASTASIA DAGAEVAMARCH 19, 2021РУССКИЙ
U.S. and European sanctions against Russia, as well as the U.S. trade war with China, are good reasons for Moscow and Beijing to persevere with their plan to build a wide-body airplane, despite their differences.
ALEXANDER GABUEVMARCH 19, 2021РУССКИЙ
The emergence of a Pax Sinica including Russia could draw new dividing lines over Eurasia.
VITA SPIVAKMARCH 19, 2021РУССКИЙ
As Russia becomes increasingly pulled into China’s tech orbit, the Rubicon will be the Kremlin’s final decision on whether to use Chinese or Western technology to develop 5G networks in Russia—and currently Chinese companies look like the favorites.
MARCH 05, 2021LIVE ONLINE
Amid the rupture between Russia and the West, Moscow continues to drift toward closer relations with Beijing. Their partnership is becoming deeper and more comprehensive, encompassing security, economics, technology, and global governance.
NIVA YAUFEBRUARY 27, 2021РУССКИЙ
China needs to replicate its Central Asian success in the Caucasus in order to take another step westward toward implementing its trade and energy dream, away from the control of Russia and the United States.
FEBRUARY 26, 2021
Podcast host Alex Gabuev is joined by Janka Oertel, director of the Asia program at the European Council on Foreign Relations, to discuss changing attitudes in Europe toward China and Russia, and the evolving relationship between Moscow and Beijing.
RAFFAELLO PANTUCCIFEBRUARY 25, 2021РУССКИЙ
China sees security issues in Central Asia as inextricably tied to its own domestic security concerns, and is rapidly establishing a footprint that will allow it to deal with matters as it sees fit in the region.
EDWARD CHOWJANUARY 29, 2021РУССКИЙ
Sino-Russian relations may be a marriage of convenience arranged by oil and gas, but arranged marriages have a way of lasting. It is particularly helpful if there is a common enemy, such as an overbearing West.
TEMUR UMAROVJANUARY 29, 2021РУССКИЙ
Hitherto content to work with Central Asia’s incumbent leaders, China is now supporting pro-China politicians: an unprecedented intervention in the region’s affairs that is shaking the foundation of Moscow’s cooperation with Beijing there.
JANUARY 12, 2021РУССКИЙ
China’s commitment to full carbon neutrality by 2060 means that the country needs to reduce the consumption of all fossil fuels, including natural gas. What does that mean for Russia and Central Asia?
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