“Twenty-one years ago, China signed a ‘Treaty of Friendship’ with Russia,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) wrote in an op-ed for The Post. “It might have started as a marriage of convenience, but that relationship has grown only stronger over time, through cooperation at the United Nations, energy deals and military exercises.”

On the last episode of “Please, Go On,” Rubio spoke with James Hohmann about the conflict in the Ukraine and China’s complicity in Russia’s war. 

Read Sen. Rubio’s op-ed.

Listen to his speech at the Heritage Foundation.

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“Twenty-one years ago, China signed a ‘Treaty of Friendship’ with Russia,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) wrote in an op-ed for The Post. “It might have started as a marriage of convenience, but that relationship has grown only stronger over time, through cooperation at the United Nations, energy deals and military exercises.”

On the last episode of “Please, Go On,” Rubio spoke with James Hohmann about the conflict in the Ukraine and China’s complicity in Russia’s war. 

Read Sen. Rubio’s op-ed.

Listen to his speech at the Heritage Foundation.

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