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The Sino-Russian relationship should not be seen as an alliance of revisionist powers
Chinese do not feel comfortable with the seemingly endless “endism” produced by Western intellectual elites, be it Fukuyamanian “end of history” at the end of the Cold War, or the recent variant of the “end” of the so-called liberal international order (LIO)
Jakub Kamiński: Politicians and analysts in the West often perceive both China and Russia as so-called “revisionist powers”. In this perspective, these two countries cooperate, because it is in their common interest to weaken the superpower position of the United States. Do you agree with this? Prof. Yu Bin: This definition has been floating around for a while, particularly since 2016, when the West started a debate about the end of the so-called liberal international order (LIO). This was a time when Western democracies themselves (including Poland) were regarded as part of this democracy retreat. The debate, however, was primarily driven by the sense of crisis of the West itself, at least partially because of the British decision to withdraw...