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Below is a dialogue consisting of questions asked by Gilbert Rozman after reading the new book and responses by Alexander Lukin clarifying the arguments of the book. First are some comments to set the stage, considering that Russian thinking about East Asia is important in the 2018 context of intense diplomacy over North Korea, rising Sino-US tensions, and reorganization as China’s presses for the BRI and the United States and Japan for a “free and open Indo-Pacific.”Full text: http://www.theasanforum.org/an-exchange-with-alexander-lukin-on-russo-chinese-relations-the-new-rapprochement/