Valdai Paper #50: Russia and China in Central Asia: The Great Win-Win Game

28.06.2016

The SCO summit in Tashkent and Russian President's visit to China which took place in June have provided a good occasion to discuss the need for strengthening multilateral cooperation and ensuring regional security.

This particularly concerns the interaction between the region’s two superpowers, China and Russia. Potential instability in Central Eurasia presents a sort of “perfect challenge” for the two countries. Following the author of the article meeting of the challenge is possible through engaging in a rational game with a positive outcome. Why is it possible? Read this Valdai paper №50 to know about it.

About the author:

Timofey Bordachev is Head of the Eurasian Programme of the Foundation for Development and Support of the Valdai Discussion Club, Director of the Center for Comprehensive European and International Studies at the National Research University – Higher School of Economics, Ph.D. in Political Science, Russia.

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