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Putin Visit on the Agenda After Invitation From Vietnam Party Chief

Putin Visit on the Agenda After Invitation From Vietnam Party Chief

By Sebastian Strangio
Over the past two years, Hanoi has hosted the leaders of five of its seven "comprehensive strategic partners." Russia's leader could be next.
China-Russia Energy Ties Feature in the Xi-Putin Lunar New Year Call 

China-Russia Energy Ties Feature in the Xi-Putin Lunar New Year Call 

By Joseph Webster
Sino-Russian oil trade grew in 2023, although Putin might have been piqued by Chinese actions on coal and inaction of the Power of Siberia 2 pipeline. 

Putin Heads to Kazakhstan, With Strategic Ties and Trade on the Agenda

Putin Heads to Kazakhstan, With Strategic Ties and Trade on the Agenda

By Catherine Putz
One elephant in the room, of course, will be the subject of sanctions evasion. 

The Mongolia-China-Russia Trilateral After the Belt and Road Forum

The Mongolia-China-Russia Trilateral After the Belt and Road Forum

By Bolor Lkhaajav
All three countries have different, if convergent, goals for their trilateral cooperation, headlined by the Power of Siberia 2 mega-project.

What Do North Korea and Russia Want From Each Other?

What Do North Korea and Russia Want From Each Other?

By Hyung-jin Kim and Kim Tong-hyung
Kim Jong Un is in Russia, his first foreign destination since the pandemic started. What will be on the agenda when he meets with Putin?
PM Modi Hosts Xi and Putin for Virtual SCO Summit a Fortnight After US Visit

PM Modi Hosts Xi and Putin for Virtual SCO Summit a Fortnight After US Visit

By Krutika Pathi
This is Russian President Vladimir Putin’s first summit since the Wagner insurrection.

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.
Russia Says China Backs Its Efforts to Stabilize the Country After Mercenary Rebellion

Russia Says China Backs Its Efforts to Stabilize the Country After Mercenary Rebellion

By Simina Mistreanu
The reassurance came as Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko made a previously unannounced trip to Beijing.

Would India Have to Arrest Putin?

Would India Have to Arrest Putin?

By Aakash Chandran
Assessing the consequences of the ICC’s arrest warrant against the Russian president, should he attend the G-20 summit in India later this year.

China, Russia Recommit to Close Partnership in the Shadow of Ukraine War

China, Russia Recommit to Close Partnership in the Shadow of Ukraine War

By Shannon Tiezzi
Anyone seriously considering China playing a role as peacemaker in Ukraine needs to wrestle with its constant and overt declarations of “unswerving” partnership with Russia.

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

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.
Putin to Skip East Asia Summit, No Certainty for G-20

Putin to Skip East Asia Summit, No Certainty for G-20

By Sebastian Strangio
It is looking increasingly likely that the Russian leader will not be present at either summit – at least not physically.

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