The Ambivalent Dimensions of Russo-Chinese Relations in the Post-Soviet Space


After the collapse of the USSR in 1991, relations between Russia and China have undergone a transformation. Over the past 25 years, the two countries that have been rivals for centuries, have been able to find compromise, and, today, even forming a strategic partnership – with major consequences also for Europe.



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Table of Contents

Russia and China and the Burdens of the Past
Three Dimensions of Regional Cooperation in Central Asia
Russo-Chinese for (Relative) Success?