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Анна Корсаро, Дэниэл Дьюдер
Внешняя политика США и России в Восточной Азии

This section will delve into the role of Russia in East Asia, the relations of Moscow with major Asian powers (China, Japan, South Korea and North Korea), and the current status of Russia on the international stage. Russia’s relations with its neighbors in East Asia are traditionally infl uenced by power politics and a desire to increase the trade and economic exchanges with the rest of the world. During the Cold War, the Soviet strategy in Asia was described by Mikhail Gorbachev who, during a speech in Vladivostok in 1986, announced the opening of Russia to foreign investment on a large scale, but at the same time argued in favor of pursuing power politics in Asia1. Firstly, it is useful to review the fi ve fundamental facts of the Russian leadership in East Asia: (1) the priority of having China as a regional and geopolitical ally, and not just as an economic partner; (2) no priority for the settlement of territorial disputes with Japan and also disinterest in establishing the necessary conditions to attract Japanese investments to Russia; (3) a neutral attitude towards possible projects for the unifi cation of South and North Korea, but maintaining decisive support for Pyongyang; (4) a signifi cant delay in the resolution of matters of national interest in the area, due to a lack of political cooperation with other regional powers; (5) distrust towards globalization and the role of the United States of America in East Asia2

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