With US-Russia relationship toxic, Moscow looks to strengthen ties with China

Full story: Christian Science Monitor

It's probably no coincidence that newly-minted Chinese leader Xi Jinping chose Moscow, where he arrived Friday for a three-day visit, to be his first foreign destination.
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Syrian

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Mar 23, 2013
 
Excellent article!! They are totally united against the Western underhanded "regime change" efforts.
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Excellent article!! They are now totally united against Western "regime change" efforts.
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While the BRICS seek a bipolar world, American leadership continues to suffer from bipolar disorder.
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mxlplx wrote:
While the BRICS seek a bipolar world, American leadership continues to suffer from bipolar disorder.
True, but in their case it's known as "regime change" disorder!

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