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Friendship in Beijing
Artem Lukin Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Eastern Institute - School of Regional and International Studies, FEFU, PhD in Political Science
The institution was operated by a TV, which showed the release of news of Chinese central television - CCTV. The program opened with a long story about the negotiations just concluded on this day (November 12) in Beijing, President Xi Jinping and President Barack Obama of the United States. I do not speak Chinese, but the picture was clear and without words. Comrade Sy was warmly glowing in a businesslike manner, and Obama smiled back. The talks, as I later found out from the reports of Russian and English-language media, seemed to be very successful, and the parties managed to conclude several agreements (on limiting greenhouse gas emissions, easing the visa regime, and two memorandums on military confidence-building measures mutual information about conducting large-scale exercises and preventing incidents at sea and in the air).
The news of the Chinese central television left a persistent sense of cognitive dissonance. What to believe - the mutual smiles of C and Obama or the fighter J-31? Zbigniew Brzezinski, in a recent interview, once again called for a strategic alliance between China and the United States. But something tells me: the friendship between Beijing and Washington will be very peculiar.