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Understanding the Extent (and Limits) of Chinese Public Support for Russia
May 17, 2022

Understanding the Extent (and Limits) of Chinese Public Support for Russia

By Brian Wong
The Chinese public is overwhelmingly on Russia's side amid the invasion of Ukraine, but there is little appetite for China to play an active role.

Why Taiwan Can’t Copy Ukraine’s Civil Defense Blueprint
May 17, 2022

Why Taiwan Can’t Copy Ukraine’s Civil Defense Blueprint

By James Baron
Replicating Ukraine’s Territorial Defense Force is not legally or politically feasible in Taiwan – at least for now.
Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
May 14, 2022

Chinese Views of the US and Russia After the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

By Richard Q. Turcsanyi
A new survey taken after the Russian invasion of Ukraine finds that the Chinese are very negative about the U.S., very positive about Russia – and very confident about China.

Was Bucha a Turning Point for India’s TV News Channels? 
May 13, 2022

Was Bucha a Turning Point for India’s TV News Channels? 

By Sribala Subramanian
As graphic reports of bodies lying on the streets of Bucha began airing in early April, some of India’s leading anchors and correspondents turned sharply critical of Russia.

Russia-Ukraine War: The Economic Impact for the Asia-Pacific
May 12, 2022

Russia-Ukraine War: The Economic Impact for the Asia-Pacific

Dingding Chen, Biswajit Dhar, and Bruno Maçães discuss how Asia-Pacific governments and companies are responding to the economic turmoil.

A Former Chinese Ambassador’s Trenchant Comments on Ukraine War Attract Notice
May 12, 2022

A Former Chinese Ambassador’s Trenchant Comments on Ukraine War Attract Notice

By Lizzi C. Lee
Career diplomat Gao Yusheng spoke openly about how disastrous the war has been for Russia, but his comments have since been quietly deleted.

How China Supplies Russia’s Military
May 09, 2022

How China Supplies Russia’s Military

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Alexander Korolev.
How Will South Korea’s New President Approach Russia’s Ukraine Invasion?
May 07, 2022

How Will South Korea’s New President Approach Russia’s Ukraine Invasion?

By Andrew Yeo
Taking a stand on the Ukraine crisis will bring both opportunities and risk for the incoming Yoon administration.

Where Are the Afghan Air Force’s Aircraft Now?
May 03, 2022

Where Are the Afghan Air Force’s Aircraft Now?

By Catherine Putz
As 11 more Mi-17 helicopters originally intended for Afghanistan head to Ukraine, eyes turn to the Afghan Air Force planes left in Central Asia.

Xi Jinping Suffers From the Putin Effect
April 29, 2022

Xi Jinping Suffers From the Putin Effect

By Bonnie Girard
Xi has tied himself personally to Russia’s leader through public declarations of friendship. Now Xi shares the reputational damage of the brutalities Russia is unleashing on Ukraine.

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for Taiwan
April 29, 2022

Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine: Lessons for Taiwan

By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has limited relevance for understanding the risks of a Chinese invasion of Taiwan.
The Myth of Might Makes Right: Ukraine, Korea, and the Failure of Great Power Politics
April 28, 2022

The Myth of Might Makes Right: Ukraine, Korea, and the Failure of Great Power Politics

By Andy Hong
The real lesson to draw from Ukraine’s security-for-denuclearization arrangement should be that multilateral agreements are not enough to guarantee follow-through.

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