Putin's China Adventure: Brewing a New World Order? | The Gaze
Putin travelled to China to participate in Beijing's ‘One Belt, One Road’ forum initiative. At the same time, Federal Foreign Minister Lavrov went on an official visit to Pyongyang. Clearly Russian foreign policy today is dependance from China with the creation of anti-Western coalition and cooperation with authoritarian states. In exchange for ammunition, Russia gives North Korea weapon technologies. This creates a new threat for South Korea and Japan. Watch our new story to find out how world democracies react to the Kremlin's co-operation with China and North Korea.