The relationship between China and Russia is moving toward a phase that highlights the centrality of their roles in the global scene. However, to interpret the impact Moscow and Beijing are having in shaping political and economical scenarios, it is necessary to comprehend the key events that have characterized their relationship over the course of time.
During the Valdai Club international-affairs conference that took place in Sochi in the first week of October, Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed that his country was helping China build a system to warn against ballistic-missile launches. Through such joint efforts, it is possible to promote China’s level of defense. Indeed, recent news should be read taking into consideration a series of large-scale military exercises that Moscow and Beijing carry out annually.
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