May 20, 2014

China Has Putin Over a Barrel

Ratner & Rosenberg, Foreign Policy

The Associated Press

When Putin arrives in Shanghai to try and ink a new multibillion-dollar energy deal, it'll be the Chinese -- not the Russians -- who will be laughing all the way to the bank.

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