China and Russia’s increased cooperation in matters pertaining to commerce and trade, monetary exchange, military cooperation and media integration, continue to shape Eurasia, East Asia and the wider world.
The summit meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Putin in advance of the G20 meeting in Hamburg is the latest expression of the Chinese-Russian alliance which is reshaping the modern world.
Having given up on creating a new Sino-Russian split, the United States now seeks to use India’s historic geo-political position to exploit latent tensions between New Delhi and Beijing while also trying to sour India’s historically warm relationship with Moscow.
On the eve of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Moscow Trump administration by selling arms to Taiwan and sanctioning Chinese companies ends brief friendship between Donald Trump and China’s leader.
In further sign of his chronic amateurism and tendency to brag President Trump trumpets as a ‘foreign policy success’ his getting China to abstain on the Khan Sheikhoun UN Security Council vote, claiming wrongly this ‘isolated’ Russia from China.