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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.

The China-Russia Partnership After Prigozhin’s Mutiny: The View From Beijing 

The China-Russia Partnership After Prigozhin’s Mutiny: The View From Beijing 

By Michael Clarke
While Chinese analysts – and likely the government – recognize the weaknesses of the Putin regime, Beijing is unlikely to fundamentally reassess its alignment with Moscow in the near term.
Germany Prods China on Ukraine War As Leaders Pledge To Work Together on Climate

Germany Prods China on Ukraine War As Leaders Pledge To Work Together on Climate

By Geir Moulson
Premier Li Qiang chose Germany as his first destination abroad since taking office, a sign that China is seeking to repair strained ties with Europe.

China Ukraine Envoy Urges Governments to ‘Stop Sending Weapons to the Battlefield,’ Negotiate Peace

China Ukraine Envoy Urges Governments to ‘Stop Sending Weapons to the Battlefield,’ Negotiate Peace

By Joe McDonald
Li Hui said Russian and Ukrainian officials were open to peace negotiations, but he gave no indication they were any closer to happening.
One Chinese Netizen’s Perspective on the Ukraine War

One Chinese Netizen’s Perspective on the Ukraine War

By Mu Chunshan
From the outside, it may seem that most Chinese support Russia, but one eloquent post may speak for China’s “silent majority.”

Why Did China and India Support a UN Resolution Acknowledging ‘Russian Aggression Against Ukraine’?

Why Did China and India Support a UN Resolution Acknowledging ‘Russian Aggression Against Ukraine’?

By Syed Basim Raza and Ureeda Khan
China and India have consistently abstained from taking a strong stand on the Ukraine invasion. What explains their latest U.N. vote?

China’s Special Envoy Concludes Talks in Ukraine

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."

Sensing Opportunities, China Weighs Its Diplomatic Options in Europe 

Sensing Opportunities, China Weighs Its Diplomatic Options in Europe 

By Joseph Webster
Beijing is trying to drive a wedge between the U.S. and Europe, hedging against an unlikely but possible Russian military collapse. 
China’s Ukraine Envoy Due to Start Europe Trip

China’s Ukraine Envoy Due to Start Europe Trip

By Associated Press
Li Hui, a former ambassador to Moscow, will visit Ukraine, Poland, France, Germany, and Russia to discuss a political settlement to the war.

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