The Strategic Implications of Russia-China Relations: Regional Perspectives

The Strategic Implications of Russia-China Relations
Regional Perspectives

by Brian Franchell, Tomohiko Uyama, Angela Stent, Yu Bin, Alexander Lukin, Robert Sutter, and Hiroshi Yamazoe
January 29, 2018

This roundtable offers perspectives on the implications that heightened Sino-Russian cooperation might have for the global system and regional relations, including from the key states involved (China, Russia, and the United States), as well as on what closer Sino-Russian cooperation means for neighboring countries in Central and Northeast Asia.

This roundtable offers perspectives on the implications that heightened Sino-Russian cooperation might have for the global system and regional relations, including from the key states involved (China, Russia, and the United States), as well as on what closer Sino-Russian cooperation means for neighboring countries in Central and Northeast Asia.

Introduction
Brian Franchell

The Sino-Russian Partnership and Its Impact on U.S. Policy toward Russia
Angela Stent

Between Past and Future: Implications of Sino-Russian Relations for the United States
Yu Bin

A Russian Perspective on the Sino-Russian Rapprochement
Alexander Lukin

Sino-Russian Coordination in Central Asia and Implications for U.S. and Japanese Policies
Tomohiko Uyama

Sino-Russian Cooperation from the Perspective of the U.S.-Japan Alliance
Hiroshi Yamazoe

America’s Bleak View of Russia-China Relations
Robert Sutter


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