Important changes have taken place in Russia's Asian policy since the mid-1980s. Old military allies such as North Korea and Vietnam have been dropped, and Russia has forged a strategic partnership with China. Relations with Japan remain deadlocked, but new economic ties have been opened with such countries as Taiwan and South Koreaby PETER RUTLAND […]

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