February 13, 2021
Will the Biden Administration Push Russia and China Closer Together?
By Natasha Kuhrt and Marcin Kaczmarski
Sino-Russian relations are largely motivated by anti-Americanism – but that alone will only advance ties so far.
January 29, 2021
Great Power Competition and the COVID-19 Vaccine Race
By Danil Bochkov
China, Russia, and the U.S. are all using vaccines as diplomatic tools, giving a political dimension to other countries’ medical choices.
August 28, 2020
Is Putin’s Russia Seeking a New Balance Between China and the West?
By Stanislaw Skarzynski and Daniel Wong
20 years ago, Putin flipped Russia's entire strategic orientation on its head. Is he ready to do so again?
May 08, 2020
Should China Worry About the Russia-US Reset?
By (Frank) Ka-Ho Wong
It's unlikely even the coronavirus will be enough to thaw U.S.-Russia ties -- and break China-Russia bonds.
March 06, 2020
What Their Ever-Changing ‘Consultations’ Tell Us About China-Russia Relations
By Sunjae Kim and Taeho Kim
The vice-ministerial talks touch on THAAD, the Korean Peninsula, and (implicitly) soft balancing.
September 14, 2018
When Will Closer China-Russia Cooperation Impact US Policy Debate?
By Robert Sutter
Washington is debating Russia and China policy separately. It needs to consider the emerging Russia-China axis.