By Vladimir Portyakov, Zheng Yu, Venera Galyamova, Zhang Yunling
According to learn financed through the Ford starting place this publication brings jointly the paintings of students and specialists from China and its crucial Asian friends offering a close perception into China’s family with principal Asian international locations.
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Challenges to Russia-China Relations At present, changes in the international situation and the alignment of forces are largely connected with the growing influence and constant progress of China. 7 trillion in 2006), third place in the foreign trade volume ($1760 billion), and has good prospects for further enhance its role in the world economy and trade. Although, from the point of view of international positions, certain Chinese experts modestly assess their country as a “regional power with a degree of global influence” A, its presence in new geographical zones and spheres of international politics is seen and felt more noticeably with every passing year.
2005, August 15, p. 67. For comparison’s sake: similar poll carried out by the Chinese sociological centre showed that in March 2006 Russia was regarded as a friend or ally by 11 percent, as a good neighbour by 38 percent and as a strategic partner by 42 percent of the Chinese polled. On the contrary, six percent spoke about rivalry between Russia and China and one percent about strategic confrontation. S. Kovalyov. -Russia-China. 21st century. Moscow. 2007. No 3. 22-25. L. China-Russia 2050: Codevelopment Strategy.
Html. html. A Substantial movement is going on or is planned in such traditional spheres of bilateral cooperation as the deliveries of arms and round timber from Russia to China, and the import of Chinese consumer goods to Russia. After 15 years of the massive import of Russian arms and military equipment for the Chinese air force and Navy, China sharply reduced their purchases. 4 billion. B Some experts regard this as the longterm curtailment of the import of arms from Russia by China. Others prefer to see this as a temporary measure caused by the need to master the arms and equipment acquired and determine the strategy of further technical equipment of the Chinese army.
China - Central Asia Countries: Making New Partnership by Vladimir Portyakov, Zheng Yu, Venera Galyamova, Zhang Yunling