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The Future of China-Russia Ties
Beijing’s balancing act
Is Xi getting more than he signed up for with Putin?
Experts across the Atlantic Council continue to weigh in on Beijing’s unfolding reaction to Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine and the global implications of the Xi-Putin partnership.
Is this a fragile axis of convenience inevitably threatened by competing geopolitical interests in other parts of the world, or will the ideological convergence of the relationship give it unique staying power in the years ahead?
In the News Mar 9, 2022
Schuman in The Atlantic: China’s Russia Risk
On March 9, 2022, Global China Hub senior fellow Michael Schuman published an article in The Atlantic, “China’s Russia Risk”. In this piece, he argues that “China’s relations with Russia are becoming a test case for what role Beijing’s leaders want to play in the world.”
New Atlanticist Feb 10, 2022
What will China do if Russia escalates in Ukraine?
By Katherine Walla
Former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and former US National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley tackled the big questions about the China-Russia partnership at an Atlantic Council event.
China and the Global South
A joint effort with the University of Notre Dame
The Global China Hub and the University of Notre Dame’s Pulte Institute for Global Development have teamed up to address an area which, despite its growing importance, remains understudied: how China’s role in the Global South, including Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East, is shaping the future of the international order and its strategic implications for US and allied interests.