China-Russia military cooperation in the context of Sino-Russian strategic partnership

  title={China-Russia military cooperation in the context of Sino-Russian strategic partnership},
  author={Lei Yu and Sophia X. Sui},
  journal={Asia Europe Journal},
Over the post–Cold War era, China and Russia have been committed to creating a strategic partnership in an attempt to contain the US hegemony and bring the world a new international order. As a part of this partnership and their efforts in achieving the above goals, these two states have increasingly intensified their military cooperation over the past two decades. The rapidly enhanced military cooperation is a visible manifestation of China’s quest for military modernization to meet the… 

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  • Political Science
    Global Policy
  • 2018
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  • D. Tull
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    The Journal of Modern African Studies
  • 2006
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