Russia, India must avoid involvement in China-US standoff, says expert

Source: TASS - View Original Article
Published: May 15, 2020
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77% Conservative


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99% "Such steps may harm both countries and bring about structural changes in global politics and the global economy.""
93% "What makes the role of Russia and India so special is that the outcome of the US-Chinese standoff will depend on them.""
87% "On the other hand, in China we can see growing nationalism, stronger popular unity, and changes being made to the style of Chinese diplomacy, ..."
78% "The key role of Russia and India is more than obvious to many in the United States and China, he said.""
77% "The conflict is aggravating and the current surge of nationalism and hostility between the two countries may result in mutually destructive measures.""
75% "Kashin mentioned such measures as the introduction of protectionist barriers, sanctions and accelerated pullout of US manufacturing operations from China.""
74% "Now it is turning into an applied task.""
72% "It will be quite logical for us to step up our political consultations and political coordination and to give thought to practical cooperation guidelines ..."
68% "Our position implies certain opportunities, but it is rather risky at the same time.""

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

99% : Such steps may harm both countries and bring about "structural changes in global politics and the global economy.
93% : "What makes the role of Russia and India so special is that the outcome of the US-Chinese standoff will depend on them.
87% : "On the other hand, in China we can see growing nationalism, stronger popular unity, and changes being made to the style of Chinese diplomacy, which has turned very harsh.
78% : At that moment many regarded that as a very hypothetical possibility.
78% : The key role of Russia and India is more than obvious to many in the United States and China," he said.
77% : "The conflict is aggravating and the current surge of nationalism and hostility between the two countries may result in mutually destructive measures."
75% : Kashin mentioned such measures as the introduction of protectionist barriers, sanctions and accelerated pullout of US manufacturing operations from China.
74% : Now it is turning into an applied task.
72% : It will be quite logical for us to step up our political consultations and political coordination and to give thought to practical cooperation guidelines that would enable us to put greater emphasis on bilateral cooperation."
68% : "Our position implies certain opportunities, but it is rather risky at the same time.
57% : He underscored the need for pushing ahead with cooperation in security, energy and economic ties.
51% : From time to time China voices personal insults against US officials, which was utterly inconceivable just recently," Kashin said.
48% : Senior research fellow Vasily Kashin, of the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of the Far East, said that amid the pandemic the logic of US internal politics will be that of pushing many political forces towards shifting the external conflict with China into high gear and to blame it for the coronavirus crisis.
21% : More active joint work would let Russia and India enhance their strategic autonomy amid global instability, Kashin believes.
14% : Lukyanov recalled that two years ago some participants in Valdai discussions voiced ideas that Russia and India should pool efforts to avoid getting drawn into the US-Chinese confrontation.

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