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Does Russia Have a South China Sea Problem?

Carlyle A. Thayer Security, Asia Russian and Chinese interests always aren’t congruent.  At the G20 Hangzhou summit earlier this month, China made clear that Russian president Vladimir Putin was a top guest. Both China and Russia claim that their bilateral relations are the “best ever’ and demonstrate an “unprecedentedly high level of trust.” Putin described the relationships as a “comprehensive partnership and strategic collaboration.
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