LONDON — China has been one of Russia’s best export customers for weapons, but it is a relationship neither side feels entirely comfortable with. One example is that China bought Russian fighters — strengthening relations — then built copies of them, which created tensions between Beijing and Moscow. A new report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Sipri) suggests more difficulties are ahead. In releasing the new document, “China’s Energy and Security Relations ...
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