March 2015. On Moscow’s Red Square, Chinese soldiers are marching side by side with the Russian military forces – this vison is the opening of Fjodor Lukjanow’s article for the “Welt am Sonntag” on March 29, 2015. In his article, the Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow develops a scenario for the year 2025: economically Russia and China are getting closer, and also on a sociopolitical level the countries offer an alternative to a weakened Europe. Read Fjodor Lukjanow’s thought-provoking contribution here.

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