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Following China’s Export of Sanctioned Goods Through Central Asia to Russia

Following China’s Export of Sanctioned Goods Through Central Asia to Russia

By Dilfuza Mirzakhmedova, Shakhriyor Ismailkhodjaev, and Kamila Fayzieva
Goods exported to Russia from China via Central Asia need not be weapons in order to contribute to Russia’s war efforts in Ukraine. 
China and East Asia in the Global Nuclear Order 

China and East Asia in the Global Nuclear Order 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Francesca Giovannini.

India’s Russia Defense Gambit

India’s Russia Defense Gambit

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
The uncertainty and possible further disruptions in the defense supply chain out of Russia could accelerate India’s diversification and indigenization efforts. 

China and Russia Are Trying to Stack the Deck in 2024 Elections

China and Russia Are Trying to Stack the Deck in 2024 Elections

By Joseph Webster
Beijing is attempting to sway Taiwan’s voters, while Moscow aims to tilt the U.S. presidential election to Donald Trump.

Assessing China’s and Russia’s Arctic Ambitions

Assessing China’s and Russia’s Arctic Ambitions

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Kristina Spohr.
The Use and Misuse of History: What Should We Learn From the Korean War?

The Use and Misuse of History: What Should We Learn From the Korean War?

By (Clark) Aoqi Wu
Drawing the wrong lessons from the end of the Korean War hinders a useful assessment of deterrence in the original Cold War.

Why the Middle Corridor Is a Double-Edged Sword

Why the Middle Corridor Is a Double-Edged Sword

By Seamus Duffy
Europe is pushing hard to advance the Middle Corridor, but other countries like China, Russia, Iran, and Azerbaijan will almost certainly benefit from the infrastructure being built.
The Indian Ocean Is Witnessing a Surge in Russian Military Exercises

The Indian Ocean Is Witnessing a Surge in Russian Military Exercises

By Pooja Bhatt
Russia is looking to shore up military partnerships in a critical region, from India to Myanmar.

The Nuclear Shadows of the Russia-Ukraine War: A Chinese Perspective

The Nuclear Shadows of the Russia-Ukraine War: A Chinese Perspective

By Lyle Goldstein and Nathan Waechter
How are Chinese strategists viewing the debate over tactical nuclear use and escalation in the Ukraine war?

CSTO Issues Belated Declaration After Minsk Summit

CSTO Issues Belated Declaration After Minsk Summit

By Catherine Putz
The foreign ministers of the CSTO, of which Russia is a member, without apparent irony put out a statement that says “no state should ensure its security at the expense of the security of other states.”

How China-Russia Relations Are Impacting COP28

How China-Russia Relations Are Impacting COP28

By Daria Kurushina
Will China cut fossil fuels – a key part of its partnership with Russia – in favor of the new climate milestone?
EU Sanctions Envoy Strikes Positive Tone in Astana

EU Sanctions Envoy Strikes Positive Tone in Astana

By Catherine Putz
Central Asia features prominently in conversations about evasion of sanctions on Russia and the possibility of secondary sanctions on the region’s economies.

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