An Asymmetric Win-Win: The Complexity of Modern China-Russian Relations

China and Russia are two states usually described as countries with significant military, political and economic influence reaching both regionally and globally. But which dynamics are significant in the structures of inter China-Russian relations? How have they developed throughout history and what are the future prospects?
To dissect this topic FUF Malmö hosts a one hour long lecture (including a short Q&A) with Dr Michał Lubina from the institute of Middle and Far East Studies at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. He holds a PhD in Political Science and is the author of several books surrounding Chenes-Russian relations, as well as Myanmar.
When? 2nd of December 19:00-20:00
Where? Through Zoom
To join the seminar you must sign up in advance using Simple Signup. After you have signed up, you will receive a link to Zoom. This seminar will be held in English.
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