May 17, 2022, Opinion: "Since Russia launched its unjustified attack on Ukraine on February 24, 2022, initiating a war on European soil, NATO, the European Union, and individual European countries have reassessed the security situation multiple times. Already, the war has had a devastating effect on EU-Russia relations at all levels, and the situation in Northeastern Europe will remain strained for a long time. Additionally, questions are emerging regarding the impact of the war on the future of Sino-European relations. Despite Beijing’s so-called “neutrality,” on February 4, Presidents Vladimir Putin and Xi Jinping signed a joint communiqué declaring a “friendship without limits” between their two states. "
M-RCBG HKS Research Fellow - Philippe Le Corre