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China is seeking to stabilise relations with the US right now, points out Bonnie Glaser, director of the Asia programme at the German Marshall Fund. If Beijing lent stronger support to Moscow, that “could create more tensions with the US, including a clearer democracy versus autocracy split,” she tells the BBC.



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