Putin, Xi Will Put Partnership Against U.S. on Display at Olympics

Gordon B. Johnson

When Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese chief Xi Jinping keep a summit alongside the opening of the Beijing Winter Olympics, on display will be a flourishing partnership that is already complicating U.S. international policy and impact about the environment.

Mr. Putin is heading to Beijing at a time of higher stress with the West in excess of Russia’s armed service buildup close to Ukraine and his calls for that the U.S. and its allies retreat from Eastern Europe. China, though calling for diplomacy, has provided backing for Moscow, urging the U.S. and Europe to deal with Russia’s protection issues and prevent utilizing army alliances to threaten other people.

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