Russia, China, and the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant
By Joseph Webster
The Kremlin is unlikely to order an attack on a Ukrainian nuclear facility, partly because of its relationship with Beijing.
Will China Change Its Approach to the Ukraine War?
By Zhenze Huang
China's ambivalent stance on Russia's invasion of Ukraine reflects its national interests, and is unlikely to significantly change.
What Conclusions Is China Drawing From the Wagner Revolt in Russia?
By Björn Alexander Düben
The direct parallels to China are limited, but the unexpected challenge to Putin’s regime will likely fuel further emphasis on domestic stability within Xi’s.
Why Was India’s SCO Summit Virtual?
By Catherine Putz
India’s quiet SCO summit speaks loudly enough as to the group's potential, or lack thereof.
The China-Russia Partnership After Prigozhin’s Mutiny: The View From Beijing
By Michael Clarke
While Chinese analysts – and likely the government – recognize the weaknesses of the Putin regime, Beijing is unlikely to fundamentally reassess its alignment with Moscow in the near term.
Russia Says China Backs Its Efforts to Stabilize the Country After Mercenary Rebellion
By Simina Mistreanu
The reassurance came as Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko made a previously unannounced trip to Beijing.
Emulating Russia, China Is Improving Its Ability to Operate in the Gray Zone
By Colin P. Clarke
Chinese disinformation efforts have advanced far beyond mere troll farms and online bot armies recycling conspiracy theories on social media.
Russia’s Asia-Pacific Interests
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Elizabeth Wishnick.
Why Did China and India Support a UN Resolution Acknowledging ‘Russian Aggression Against Ukraine’?
By Syed Basim Raza and Ureeda Khan
China and India have consistently abstained from taking a strong stand on the Ukraine invasion. What explains their latest U.N. vote?
How Does China Engage With Russia’s Media Market?
By Elena Soboleva
The show “Xi Jinping’s Favorite Classical Quotes” on TV channel Russia 24 is just one example of Chinese-produced content airing in Russia.
Chinese Ambassador’s Comments Reveal China’s Willful Misreading of Soviet History
By William Nee
Lu Shaye’s gaffe underlines a serious problem: China’s complete refusal to acknowledge the abuses of the Soviet Union is impacting foreign policy decisions.
China Affirms Ex-Soviet Nations’ Sovereignty After Uproar
By Associated Press
The Chinese ambassador to France suggested in an interview that the states of the former Soviet Union were not recognized as sovereign. Beijing walked the comments back.