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Zelenskyy Finally Calls out China’s Role in Russia’s War on Ukraine

Zelenskyy Finally Calls out China’s Role in Russia’s War on Ukraine

By Rakshith Shetty
Zelenskyy’s unusually direct comments in Singapore marked a significant shift in Kyiv’s stance and a long-overdue reckoning with China's role in the war. 

Playing the Long Game: Ukraine’s Approach to China

Playing the Long Game: Ukraine’s Approach to China

By Rakshith Shetty
Zelenskyy has good reasons for not antagonizing Xi. But given Beijing’s “no-limits partnership” with Moscow, will Ukraine's efforts ever pay off?
Explaining China’s Diplomatic Strategy on Ukraine

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. 

China’s Xi to Meet Putin as Beijing Seeks Bolder Global Role

China’s Xi to Meet Putin as Beijing Seeks Bolder Global Role

By Karl Ritter
Xi will visit Moscow on March 20-22 as speculation grows China is going to push harder for a diplomatic settlement to the war in Ukraine.

Xi Bets on His Own Personal Diplomacy in Russia, Ukraine

Xi Bets on His Own Personal Diplomacy in Russia, Ukraine

By Joseph Webster
Not lacking for self-confidence, Xi’s decision to insert himself into Russia-Ukraine mediation presents outsized opportunities and risks for Beijing, especially in Europe. 

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China Continues to Play Both Sides in the Ukraine War

China Continues to Play Both Sides in the Ukraine War

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s top diplomat toured Europe to try to explain Beijing’s “neutral” position on the conflict – but topped it off with a visit to Russia. 

China Says It’s Seeking Role in Ukraine Peace Settlement

China Says It’s Seeking Role in Ukraine Peace Settlement

By Associated Press
As the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion looms, China's positioning on the Ukraine war is coming under increased scrutiny.
China-Ukraine Relations: Kyiv’s Balancing Act 

China-Ukraine Relations: Kyiv’s Balancing Act 

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Yurii Poita.

The Cost of the War to the China-Ukraine Relationship

The Cost of the War to the China-Ukraine Relationship

By Bonnie Girard
Ukraine was not one of China’s largest partners, but they had important ties in a number of areas that will be difficult to replace.

China Cannot Condone Russia’s Aggression in Ukraine

China Cannot Condone Russia’s Aggression in Ukraine

By Lunting Wu
China’s attitude toward the Ukraine war stems from functional calculations, diplomatic and military bonds with Kyiv, strategic considerations, and normative reflection.

China Was Woefully Unprepared for the Russia-Ukraine War

China Was Woefully Unprepared for the Russia-Ukraine War

By Chauncey Jung
The fact that Beijing was caught off guard hints at the fragility of its partnership with Russia.
Why China Will Not Support a Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Why China Will Not Support a Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Mu Chunshan
The reputational cost – both on the international stage and with the Chinese people – would be great if Beijing threw its support behind Russian aggression.

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