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Title Russia-China relations : emerging alliance or eternal rivals? / Sarah Kirchberger, Svenja Sinjen, Nils Wörmer, editors.

Publication Info. Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2022.


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 University of Saint Joseph: Pope Pius XII Library - Internet  WORLD WIDE WEB E-BOOK Springer    Downloadable
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Description 1 online resource (xxi, 315 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series Global power shift, 2198-7351
Global power shift, 2198-7351
Contents Chapter 1. Introduction: Analyzing the Shifts in Sino-Russian Strategic Cooperation Since 2014 -- Part I. Mutual Perceptions and Narratives -- Chapter 2. Putin's Russia: Global Strategic Outlook and Policies - What Role for China? -- Chapter 3. Imperialist, Comrade in Arms, Foe, Partner, and Now Ally? China's Changing Views of Russia -- Chapter 4. Domestic Politics: A Forgotten Factor in the Russian-Chinese Relationship -- Part II. The Military Dimension of Sino-Russian Cooperation: Case Studies -- Chapter 5. Russian-Chinese military-technological cooperation and the Ukrainian factor -- Chapter 6. Russia-China Naval Partnership and Its Significance -- Chapter 7. Chinese and Russian Military Modernization and the Fourth Industrial Revolution -- Chapter 8. China-Russia Cooperation in Nuclear Deterrence -- Part III -- Spatial and Multilateral Aspects of Sino-Russian Cooperation: Case Studies -- Chapter 9. Digital Authoritarianism and Technological Cooperation in Sino-Russian Relations: Common Goals and Diverging Standpoints -- Chapter 10. Sino-Russian Scientific Cooperation in the Arctic: From Deep Sea to Deep Space -- Chapter 11. Partnership Without Substance: Sino-Russian Relations in Central and Eastern Europe -- Chapter 12. Cooperation Between Russia and China in Multilateral Organizations : a Tactical or a Strategic Alliance? -- Part IV -- The Way Forward: How Could the West Cope with Russia and China? -- Chapter 13. What a Military Alliance Between Russia and China Would Mean for NATO -- Chapter 14. Options for Dealing with Russia and China - a US Perspective -- Chapter 15. The Way Forward: How should Europe Deal with Russia and China? -- Chapter 16. Conclusion: Connecting the Dots and Defining the Challenge.
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Summary This open access book examines Russia-China relations across a variety of civilian and military areas of cooperation. Leading experts in the field present empirical case studies covering a wide range of strategic cooperation areas between Russia and China, such as technological, military, economic and political cooperation. The contributing authors shed new light on Chinese and Russian strategic goals, external push and pull factors, and mutual perception shifts, and discuss the options for Western countries to influence this development. This book analyses the evolution of the relationship since the watershed moment of the Crimean crisis in 2014, and whether or not a full-blown military alliance, as hinted in late 2020 by President Putin, is indeed a realistic scenario for which NATO will have to prepare. It will appeal to students and scholars of international relations, political decision-makers, as well as anyone interested in Eurasian politics and the potential military-strategic impact of a Russian-Chinese alliance for NATO.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed June 22, 2022).
Local Note Springer Nature Springer Nature Open Access eBooks
Subject Russia (Federation) -- Foreign relations -- China.
China -- Foreign relations -- Russia (Federation)
Diplomatic relations. (OCoLC)fst01907412
China. (OCoLC)fst01206073
Russia (Federation) (OCoLC)fst01262050
Added Author Kirchberger, Sarah, editor.
Sinjen, Svenja, editor.
Wörmer, Nils, editor.
ISBN 9783030970123 (electronic bk.)
3030970124 (electronic bk.)
Standard No. 10.1007/978-3-030-97012-3 doi
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