27 January 2003 In what served as a thinly veiled warning to the West to stop interfering in the affairs of others, Russian President Vladimir Putin visited both China and North Korea last week, championing sovereignty, territorial integrity, and closer ties with a new Eastern bloc. Putin signed the Beijing Declaration on 18 July, and […]

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