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Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has applied a policy of engagement towards China and Russia. During the administration of Barack Obama, this approach led to two different outcomes: while the American relations with Russia reached their lowest point and international sanctions were imposed on Russia during his term, in the case of China, the US relations with it were better than prior to the election of Barack Obama. The goal of this article is to determine why this occurred. Idoi:10.32422/mv.1541 fatcat:l3uhredp4rcs7oy7ahmllnrl24