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There has long been anxiety about a “Chinese takeover” of Siberia. Even Lake Baikal is not immune.
Russia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs was caught with his mask up while on a work trip to China.
A Russian radio fan managed to detect data from a secret Chinese spacecraft.
A famous Chinese artist was so inspired by his visit to the Hermitage, that he created a whole exhibit.
What was the spring of 1969 like in the Soviet Union? A cloud of gloom had descended on the country, enveloping both those who could not see it (or at least thought it had nothing to do with them) and those only too aware of it.
The weather in Russia this week was chilly with a hint of thaw, at least regarding science and political relations.
International Women's Day was celebrated by marches, flowers, and flash mobs. In other news, Russia and China are BFFs, and Prime Minister Medvedev likes ducks.
On Valentine's Day 65 years ago, the USSR and China signed their Treaty of Friendship. But their budding romance was not to last: just six years later the relationship went south, and nothing has been as rosy since.
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