China’s Food Security After the Collapse of the Black Sea Grain Initiative
By Genevieve Donnellon-May and Zhang Hongzhou
While food supplies remain a priority for Beijing, the impact of Russia's withdrawal from the grain export scheme has been limited.
Russia, China, and the Ukraine War: Tensions in the ‘No Limits’ Relationship
By Jeanne L. Wilson
China’s recent diplomatic foray suggests that Chinese and Russian visions of an acceptable outcome of the war are not wholly aligned.
China’s Special Envoy Concludes Talks in Ukraine
By Shannon Tiezzi
China attempted to downplay expectations from its first serious attempt at mediation, emphasizing that “there is no panacea for defusing the crisis."
Why China’s Xi Jinping Is Visiting Russia
By Wang Wen
“If the United States and the West hope to resolve the Ukrainian crisis they should support China’s proposals for peace.”
Explaining China’s Diplomatic Strategy on Ukraine
By Jianli Yang
China has been sending strong signals that it plans to use its economic clout to bring Ukraine to the bargaining table – to Russia’s benefit.
What China’s North Korea Policy Reveals About Its Stance on Russia’s War in Ukraine
By Anny Boc
Those who expect Beijing to agree on tough measures that would put its partnership with Moscow at risk will surely be disappointed.
China’s Plan for Ukraine Is No Plan at All
By Giacomo Bruni and Ilaria Carrozza
China’s position paper won’t contribute to peace in Ukraine, but it does offer useful insights into how Beijing conceives of its global role.