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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.

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?
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. 

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.

How China Lost Europe

How China Lost Europe

By Nicholas Bequelin
China’s European diplomacy is on a losing streak. Both sides may come to regret it.

Understanding China’s Policy in the Russia-Ukraine War and Implications for China-US Relations

Understanding China’s Policy in the Russia-Ukraine War and Implications for China-US Relations

By Zhao Huasheng
Both China and the U.S. use the conflict as a prism to view future Sino-U.S. relations, from which they imagine possible conflicts and methods of conflict between China and the U.S.

The Ukraine War Is About Who Will Control the Future World Order

The Ukraine War Is About Who Will Control the Future World Order

By Alexandra Vacroux
The war in Ukraine has put the U.S. and China on opposite sides of the conflict. The larger issue here, however, is about who will control the world order of the future.
China’s Food Security After the Collapse of the Black Sea Grain Initiative

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

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.

Will a China-Led Global Recession Influence Beijing’s Russia Policy? 

Will a China-Led Global Recession Influence Beijing’s Russia Policy? 

By Joseph Webster
China’s domestic economic realities are colliding with Xi’s geopolitical ambitions and impacting Beijing’s Russia policy. 

Russia, China, and the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant 

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?

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.

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