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Moscow and Beijing Play Chess with Energy


Though Russia and China have improved their ties thanks to Beijing’s need for nearby energy resources, some of the deals are beginning to fray at the edges. Moscow wants more customers while China is diversifying its suppliers. In the end, it’s a
dance for Central Asian supremacy.

Though Russia and China have improved their ties thanks to Beijing’s need for nearby energy resources, some of the deals are beginning to fray at the edges. Moscow wants more customers while China is diversifying its suppliers. In the end, it’s a
dance for Central Asian supremacy.

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