China, Russia urged to thwart 'naked strategic encirclement' by U.S., using Eurasian landmass

February 2012
East-Asia-Intel Reports;2/1/2012, p5
The article reports that Dai Xu, a senior colonel in the People's Liberation Army's Air Force and a research fellow at Beijing University's National Center for Strategic Research, says that China should establish a military alliance with Russia to counter the ambitions of the U.S. for global hegemony. Dai Xu believes Russia and China share common goals in countering the military dominance of the United States.


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