September 6, 2012

Russia Turns Eye Toward Asia-Pacific

Vladimir Radyuhin, The Hindu

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Russia will mount a determined effort to shift the focus of its trade and foreign policy from Europe to Asia when it hosts a summit of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum later this week.

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