By Paul GobleWASHINGTON – At a time when both Russian leaders and the Russian people are expressing increasing unhappiness with the West and Western institutions, Moscow is dramatically expanding its links with China, Japan and India. While these developments do not necessarily presage a fundamental shift in Russian foreign policy, they do suggest that Moscow is doing what it can to increase its freedom of action relative to Western countries on whom it has had to rely for assistance. Two developments last week suggest that Russians, official and otherwise, are increasingly unhappy with the...
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