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Beyond the Putin-Xi Relationship: China, Russia, and Great Power Politics
February 01, 2023

Beyond the Putin-Xi Relationship: China, Russia, and Great Power Politics

By Alexander Korolev
While the Putin-Xi friendship is important, it mostly oils the wheels of a relationship driven by longer-term structural trends.

Amid Signs of Softer Foreign Policy Tone, Is China About to Shift Its Russia Policy?
January 24, 2023

Amid Signs of Softer Foreign Policy Tone, Is China About to Shift Its Russia Policy?

By Joseph Webster
There is little evidence that Beijing’s quasi-apology tour in Europe and other Western capitals will yield any significant concessions over Ukraine.
China-Russia Relations: 4 Takeaways From 2022
January 04, 2023

China-Russia Relations: 4 Takeaways From 2022

By Joseph Webster
Beijing and Moscow are strengthening political, economic, and military ties, but the relationship is becoming ever more imbalanced in China’s favor.

How Committed Are China and Russia to Their Strategic Partnership?
November 04, 2022

How Committed Are China and Russia to Their Strategic Partnership?

By Kevin Modlin and Zenel Garcia
Neither Beijing nor Moscow is willing to incur costs for the other; that puts clear limits their strategic partnership.

China-Poland Relations Amid the Ukraine War
October 13, 2022

China-Poland Relations Amid the Ukraine War

By Lunting Wu and Kamil Matusiewicz
From riding high at the Beijing Olympics, China-Poland relations have faltered due to the nations' opposing approaches to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

Seventh Plenum Sends ‘Stay the Course’ Signal Ahead of 20th Party Congress
October 13, 2022

Seventh Plenum Sends ‘Stay the Course’ Signal Ahead of 20th Party Congress

By Shannon Tiezzi
The final preview of the upcoming 20th National Congress of the CCP was a blow for anyone hoping for a shift on foreign policy or “zero COVID.”

China’s Public Opinion Is Shifting Away From Russia
September 21, 2022

China’s Public Opinion Is Shifting Away From Russia

By Mu Chunshan
Anyone relying only on official pronouncements and the state media may have missed that Chinese public opinion is turning against Russia – and toward Ukraine – as the war drags on.
Is China Breaking With Russia Over Ukraine?
September 17, 2022

Is China Breaking With Russia Over Ukraine?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China’s position has subtly shifted since the Russian invasion began, but the partnership with Russia is too important for Beijing to truly abandon its ally.

Russia-China Relations: Emerging Alliance or Eternal Rivals?
August 22, 2022

Russia-China Relations: Emerging Alliance or Eternal Rivals?

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Sarah Kirchberger.

China Moves to Fill The Void Left By Russia Sanctions – On Its Own Terms
August 20, 2022

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.

The War in Ukraine Is Not a Watershed in China-EU Relations – Yet
August 17, 2022

The War in Ukraine Is Not a Watershed in China-EU Relations – Yet

By Yaning Zhang
Against the context of all-out strategic rivalry between the U.S. and China, both Brussels and Beijing have good reasons to continue engaging with each other.
Xi Jinping Might Think He Can Handle His Own ‘Ukraine’
July 12, 2022

Xi Jinping Might Think He Can Handle His Own ‘Ukraine’

By Grant Newsham
Xi might look at what has happened in Ukraine, and to the Russians, and think he’s got a reasonable shot at Taiwan.

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