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This report makes the point that in both Russia and China it is politics - and not market or commercial considerations - that largely drive energy relationships with each other and the outside world. For both countries, energy and energy security is regarded as a strategic asset and/or objective that are at risk from outside forces. Moreover, both countries are taking a statist - in Russia even patrimonial - approach to energy issues. Therefore cooperation between Russia and China will be difficult even though Russia wants to sell and China wants to buy. The conditions that each state has.
Book Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; About the author; Introduction; Politics in command; Chinese Perspectives; The Russian strategic perspective; Pipelines as strategic investments; Conclusions; Notes and references; About the series: Russian foreign energy policy reports.
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