Russia & the Kuriles: Achilles’ Heel or Bargaining Chip?
Cheang, Chris | June 2019
Russia’s oft-declared “pivot” to the East, focused principally on China, has attained a measure of success. However, to become effective and sustainable, relations between Russia and Japan must be raised to a higher level. The absence of a peace treaty between the two countries due to their dispute over the Kuriles remains a stumbling block.
CitationCheang, Chris. 2019. Russia & the Kuriles: Achilles’ Heel or Bargaining Chip?. © S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/10486.
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