User talk:BillMasen

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Sino-Russian Relations[edit]

If I were doing it I would split the article about 1850. Pre-1850 belongs to early modern history and has little impact on modern history. After the Amur annexation Sino-Russian relations become tangled up with the Western impact on China, the rise of Japan and other stuff and all the parts are related. I wouldn't summarize the early part, but leave it there for anyone who wants to know about old stuff. Benjamin Trovato (talk) 05:25, 9 March 2011 (UTC)

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