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The Great Russia-China Oil Alliance Is Here (And Why It Matters)

Tao Wang Energy, Asia Moscow and Beijing are growing closer for some very obvious reasons.  China used to call Russia its ‘older brother’. But never again since the fall of the USSR. In an effort to portray its status as a less powerful yet assuredly more senior neighbour, Russian officials have recently begun referring to their country as China’s ‘elder sister’. The new term has proven less popular in China.
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