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China offers Russia respite but not a solution

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Beijing could provide greater assistance to its partner while benefiting from greater energy and military security, but this option is not without risk, nor for Moscow, which would become more dependent on the Asian giant.

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Beijing could provide greater assistance to its partner while benefiting from greater energy and military security, but this option is not without risk, nor for Moscow, which would become more dependent on the Asian giant.
Alicia García-Herrero
Alicia Garcia Herrero is a Senior Fellow at Bruegel and a non-resident research fellow at Real Instituto El Cano. She is also Chief Economist for Asia Pacific at NATIXIS. Alicia Garcia Herrero is currently adjunct professor at City University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and visiting faculty at China-Europe International Business School (CEIBS).

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