Professor Michimi Muranushi examines how the Russian war on Ukraine could influence China’s ambition to ‘reunite’ with Taiwan.
Dominik Mierzejewski argues that although China feels duty-bound to support Russia in its war with Ukraine, Beijing runs the risk of being labelled an imperial power, especially in the developing world.
SOAS alumna Jacinthe Nourrit examines China’s security and economic interests in Taliban controlled Afghanistan.
The recent G7 summit ended with a series of rebukes for China’s actions in Xinjiang and Hong Kong, as well as grand plan to counter the Belt and Road Initiative, writes Duncan Bartlett.
Does a ‘middle way’ approach to diplomacy exist in the era of the ‘wolf warrior’? John Gittings cites the example of veteran Chinese diplomats who continue to advocate moderation.
Aki Elborzi speaks to SOAS alumna, Ilaria Maria Sala, about recent developments in China’s relations with the European Union.
Aki Elborzi speaks to SOAS alumna, Ilaria Maria Sala, about Italy signing an MoU with China on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
Will Italy be the first G7 country to endorse the Belt and Road Initiative? Aki Elborzi speaks to SOAS alumna, Lucrezia Poggetti.