Once united under Mongol rule and then divided by centuries of tiffs over trade and land, China and Russia are trying, haltingly, to overcome past disagreements and forge a warm working relationship that might even resemble friendship by Bruce Pannier IN April, during Chinese President Jiang Zemin’s visit to Moscow, he and Russian President Boris […]

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