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Ukraine’s Futile Struggle to Win China’s Support over the Russian Aggression

The second year of Russian aggression against Ukraine further strengthened the Russian-Chinese partnership and dispelled the illusions of the Ukrainian authorities that they could win China over to their side. Unlike Moscow, Kyiv is very limited in its ability to attract Beijing. Moreover, international sanctions and the isolation of Russia allowed China, which hides behind false “neutrality,” to become a beneficiary of this war.

Breaking the Mold: Poland Changes Course on China Policy Amid War in Ukraine

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and China’s tacit approval for it have added additional impetus to the changes in the way political elites in Warsaw perceive Beijing. Although views still diverge among different actors and political parties, one thing is clear: China’s attempts to blur the distinction between the aggressor and the victim will not be tolerated.