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Putin’s China Visit: As Moscow Eyes Mars, Beijing Wants Beans 

Putin’s China Visit: As Moscow Eyes Mars, Beijing Wants Beans 

By Ladislav Charouz
Russia and China both see advantages in deepening their partnership but mismatches in their priorities persist. 

Russia-Ukraine War: China’s Vanishing Neutrality

Russia-Ukraine War: China’s Vanishing Neutrality

By Pierre-Marie Meunier
Full Chinese logistical support for Russia could be the real game changer of the war – and that support is growing more important and less discreet.
China-Russia Energy Ties Feature in the Xi-Putin Lunar New Year Call 

China-Russia Energy Ties Feature in the Xi-Putin Lunar New Year Call 

By Joseph Webster
Sino-Russian oil trade grew in 2023, although Putin might have been piqued by Chinese actions on coal and inaction of the Power of Siberia 2 pipeline. 

At China Summit, EU Leaders Pushed Xi Jinping on Chinese Firms’ Breach of Russia Sanctions

At China Summit, EU Leaders Pushed Xi Jinping on Chinese Firms’ Breach of Russia Sanctions

By Duncan Bartlett
Thirteen Chinese entities were included on a list of companies alleged to be breaching sanctions, which was shown to Xi in Beijing. 

Arctic Ambitions: China’s Engagement With the Northern Sea Route

Arctic Ambitions: China’s Engagement With the Northern Sea Route

By Tiago Tecelão Martins
As climate change makes the Arctic shipping route more feasible, China is leaning in.

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The West Shouldn’t Forget China’s Pro-Russia Neutrality

The West Shouldn’t Forget China’s Pro-Russia Neutrality

By Joseph Webster
The China-U.S. leaders’ meeting in San Francisco was constructive, but DC and Brussels shouldn’t forget Beijing’s enduring pro-Putin stance.

China Has Options to Arm Russia Indirectly. But Does It Need To?

China Has Options to Arm Russia Indirectly. But Does It Need To?

By A. B. Abrams
There are safer ways for Beijing to address Russian munitions shortages in Ukraine than sending Chinese weapons to the frontlines.
China, Russia Recommit to Close Partnership in the Shadow of Ukraine War

China, Russia Recommit to Close Partnership in the Shadow of Ukraine War

By Shannon Tiezzi
Anyone seriously considering China playing a role as peacemaker in Ukraine needs to wrestle with its constant and overt declarations of “unswerving” partnership with Russia.

China’s Growing Economic Support for Russia

China’s Growing Economic Support for Russia

By Joseph Webster
Beijing is rejecting the G-7’s price caps on oil and potentially providing other important economic support for Moscow.

China Moves to Fill The Void Left By Russia Sanctions – On Its Own Terms

China Moves to Fill The Void Left By Russia Sanctions – On Its Own Terms

By François Chimits and Antonia Hmaidi
Six months into the Ukraine war, China has not hesitated to fill the void left by OECD disengagement with Russia – but is taking care not to compromise its own economic interests in the process.

Russia-Ukraine War: The Economic Impact for the Asia-Pacific

Russia-Ukraine War: The Economic Impact for the Asia-Pacific

Dingding Chen, Biswajit Dhar, and Bruno Maçães discuss how Asia-Pacific governments and companies are responding to the economic turmoil.
Amid the Ukraine Crisis, China-Russia Economic Relations Remain Lukewarm

Amid the Ukraine Crisis, China-Russia Economic Relations Remain Lukewarm

By Danil Bochkov
China’s mixed signals on the Ukraine crisis extend to the economic realm, long a weak point for Sino-Russia ties.

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