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Closer Russia-U.S. relations won't affect China's ties with either the U.S. or Russia, Li Yonghui, a senior researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, wrote in an article published by the Global Times commenting on the upcoming Biden-Putin summit. The U.S. believes that China and Russia will be united more closely if it doesn't try to pull Russia to its side, although it cannot bluntly ask Russia to unite against China during the summit, Li said. Russia also knows that its relations with China are crucial and won't just follow Washington's steps, Li wrote. The summit is more symbolic and the most likely substantive outcome will be in the area of arms control, Li wrote.