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War in Ukraine: What does it mean for the Indo-Pacific?
Join Asialink Senior Adviser John McCarthy AO and Dr Bobo Lo as they explore the impact of the war in Ukraine on the Indo-Pacific.
India and Ukraine: the risks of ambiguity
The war in Ukraine has exposed the fault lines in India’s policy of strategic ambivalence between Russia and the West, writes John McCarthy.
The Ukraine war could trigger a nuclear-arms race in Asia
Russia’s war in Ukraine has strengthened the risk of growing nuclear weapons arsenals in Asia, dangerously undermining the region’s strategic stability, writes Minxin Pei.
China's Ukraine quandary
China’s promise of ‘unlimited’ partnership with Russia poses contradictions for Beijing that will be increasingly hard to reconcile, writes Colin Heseltine.
Can sanctions on Russia work without China?
The unlimited partnership between Moscow and Beijing is unlikely to blunt the effect of Western economic sanctions on Russia, writes Shang-Jin Wei. But they are likely to exacerbate costs to poorer countries unless there is compensation.