Is there a brand new Cold War for international management?

Video Duration 24 minutes 50 seconds

From: Inside Story

Russia and China hail ‘model of cooperation’ at digital summit seen as response to tensions with the West.

The United States, Europe and their allies within the West usually painting Russia and China as threats to international peace.

They cite examples together with Russia’s troop build-up alongside the Ukraine border and China’s crackdown on human rights in Hong Kong and Xinjiang.

Moscow and Beijing see issues in a different way – they accuse the West of destabilising their nations by imposing sanctions and interfering of their home affairs.

Leaders of China and Russia, Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin, bolstered that time at a digital summit on Wednesday.

They pledged to work collectively on commerce and safety and to respect one another’s pursuits whereas hailing their relationship as a mannequin of cooperation for the 21st century.

Do all of the indicators level to a Cold War for international management?

Presenter: Imran Khan


Glenn Diesen – Professor of worldwide relations on the University of Southeast Norway

David L Phillips – Director of programme on peace-building and rights at Columbia University

Steve Tsang – Director of SOAS China Institute


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