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Friday, August 31, 2007

China No Longer Potential Enemy for Russians

Further evidence of the growing Russia/China anti-US alliance.

From Russia's Kommersant

The Russians view China the most friendly country, while the United States is the key potential enemy for them, signaled the poll of All-Russia’s Center of Public Opinion.

China is absolutely favored by 21 percent of respondents, which makes it the leader of preference list of the Russians. It is followed by Germany and Belarus, each of which with the vote of 12 percent. Of interest is that exactly Belarus was thought most friendly in 2006, while China was deemed the second potential enemy after the United States (16 percent past year vs. 3 percent this year).

As to China, the favorable rating could be attributed to the active economic and political cooperation, especially in Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the analysts speculate, pointing out that Belarus fell on gas clashes with Russia.

Hat Tip Once Upon a Time in the West


Blogger mah29001 said...

I should also mention that Iranian leadership and state-run media promote propaganda of how the U.S. is "aligned" with the Taliban and al-Qaeda. Gee, that's really telling that a Kremlin ally-Iran is certainly showing who is their foe.

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Steve Nice Guy Northland said...

Really ? Well ! You could knock me over with a feather ! Thanks for the warning Mah.....

8:34 PM  

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