China’s Xi Calls for Ukraine Peace Talks to Resume
By Associated Press
But Xi gave no indication Beijing would use its leverage as Vladimir Putin's diplomatic partner to press for a settlement.
Could the US Block Russian Oil Exports to China? Yes, But It’s a Bad Idea
By Joseph Webster
A U.S. blockade of Russian maritime crude oil exports to China is feasible, but would be extremely unwise outside of wartime or near-wartime conditions.
Xi-Putin Meeting: Deepening Ties or a Necessary Bond?
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Despite the visit, what Russia and China will be willing to do for each other beyond diplomatic comfort remains to be seen.
Can Ukraine Change Australia’s Attitude Toward Refugees?
By Grant Wyeth
There is a notable shift in public sentiment toward refugees in Australia in response to the Ukraine crisis.
Russia-Ukraine Tensions: Signals to China
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Karen-Anna Eggen.
China, Russia Launch First Military Drills in Baltic Sea
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Beijing and Moscow carry out exercises amid concerns from European states.
What Crimea Tells Us About Asia's Future Wars
By Van Jackson
Several features of the Crimea conflict apply to the Asia context.