China’s leadership has walked a tightrope since the early stages of the invasion, in the attempt not to alienate Ukraine, an important trade partner, without disavowing its partnership with Russia. China has recognised Russia’s security concerns as legitimate but has refrained from fully embracing Moscow’s narrative of the war. It has repeatedly expressed support for the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity but has failed to acknowledge that Russia has violated both. China’s ambiguity has contributed to straining its relations with the EU, as attested to by the “dialogue of the deaf” on display during the April EU-China summit.

La Cina e la guerra d’Ucraina

Beatrice Gallelli
2022

Abstract

China’s leadership has walked a tightrope since the early stages of the invasion, in the attempt not to alienate Ukraine, an important trade partner, without disavowing its partnership with Russia. China has recognised Russia’s security concerns as legitimate but has refrained from fully embracing Moscow’s narrative of the war. It has repeatedly expressed support for the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity but has failed to acknowledge that Russia has violated both. China’s ambiguity has contributed to straining its relations with the EU, as attested to by the “dialogue of the deaf” on display during the April EU-China summit.
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