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International Requirement
The formal relationship of China and Russia dates back to 1689, when they signed their first treaty and China, for the first time, recognized another state as equally sovereign. Since then the two great Eurasian powers have not fought a major war with each other. This course studies the changing balance of power between China and Russia in the dynamic international context and in terms of their geographical bases of power, political-economic regimes, ideologies, and capabilities to project power. Their complex current relationship receives special attention.